Limit field options in JSD Form


I would like to know if there is a way to limit the options users can choose in specific Form request types.


Specifically; I would like users filling out Form A to have options [1,2,3] for the Component/s field and have users filling out Form B to have options [3,4,5] for that same field.

I am looking into the Behaviors plugin from Adaptavist now, but I am not very familiar with it/groovy

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A native way to do it would be to split into two projects and use field contexts. I’m sure others can better help you with the Behaviors route.

I asked for help from a Java Dev over the weekend, and found a solution. It isnt the cleanest solution, but it it ensures that the correct components are selected

In the workflow Create transition I added the following Validator;

def myList = ["Apple", "Banana", "Orange"]
if (issue.labels.any{it.label=='ThisLabelisAHiddenFieldonForm'}) {
for (pc in issue.getComponents()) {
if (myList.contains( {
return true
return false

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