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What would be the JQL to search for members of the "Request participants" custom field that it's created after enabling the JIRA Service Desk add-on
Are you trying to find a list of all users who have ever been listed as Request participants? You could use JQL along the lines of the following:
"Request participants" is not EMPTY
Then you could modify which columns are visible so that the various Request participants are in front of you.
You can treat the Request participants field as you would other user fields, e.g. by searching for issues where Request participants are members of the administrators group:
"Request participants" in membersOf("administrators")
Request participants must also already be customers in your Service Desk. But I'm not sure exactly what you're trying to solve – if this doesn't help, could you clarify?
Hi, I'm currently struggling with the JQL query for a scheduled automation, I wanted to search issue that doesn't have the specified Request Participants, do perhaps know how to implement it? My automation rule is like this:
When scheduled run every friday
JQL is issuetype = X AND status in (A, B, C) AND ("Request participants" not in (CodeNameX) OR "Request participants" not in (CodeNameY))
My concern is that this condition reads all the past tickets which will throttle the automation if run since 10000 issues where found.
Try the following:
username/assignee/reporter in "Request participants"
What exactly you tried? And what is the error?
Oh ok. I haven't seen that custom field before but just wanted to give it a try! Sorry it didn't work.
No problem. You should have notice that this is a JIRA Service Desk question and anyone familiar with this add-on would know about this custom field. ;)
It is funny because we use the add-on and don't see the custom field. We are using the server version though!
I just checked the Release Notes and it seems this feature hasn't made it yet to the Server version. It's only available in Cloud. It's a great feature that allows you to share JIRA Service Desk features with other members of the organization through the Customer Portal.