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Behaviours in cloud

Eduard Diez
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May 15, 2024

 Hi Atlassian Community,

I'm reaching out for assistance with Cloud Behaviours. Specifically, I'm trying to implement a behavior where one field becomes mandatory based on the value of another field.

Here's the scenario:

  • I have a custom field called "RolloutTypeField" (customfield_10824).
  • When "RolloutTypeField" has a specific value (in this case, '13217'), I want another field, let's call it "Field10762", to become mandatory. Otherwise, it should remain optional.
  • Additionally, if possible, I'd like an alert or some form of notification to inform users that "Field10762" is mandatory when the specific value is selected in "RolloutTypeField".

I've attempted to achieve this using a script, but I haven't had success so far. Below is the script I've been using:


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// Get the RolloutType field (customfield_10824) var rolloutTypeField = getFieldById('customfield_10824'); // Check if the RolloutType field has the value "13217" selected if (rolloutTypeField.getValue().some(option => option.value === '13217')) { // If the value "13217" is selected, make the Field10762 field mandatory getFieldById('customfield_10762').setRequired(true); // Show an alert message alert('Attention! The field "Field10762" is mandatory.'); } else { // If the value "13217" is not selected, make the Field10762 field optional getFieldById('customfield_10762').setRequired(false); }


I would greatly appreciate any guidance or suggestions on how to properly implement this behavior in Jira Cloud.

Thank you in advance for your help!

Best regards,

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