I am looking for a JQL query to search using specific Label added by any user having JIRA access?
Ex: Label is Bug but it can be added by any user like Reporter, Assignee, Viewer, Admin, QA, Developer, etc
Here user is a valid user who has access to JIRA to view, create, update or delete it.
I was thinking to get report using their username...
Please let me know if it is possible using JQL or not.
Thanks for your help.
I'm not sure exactly what you mean here - you can use JQL to search for issues which have a specific label attached to it - i.e:
labels = Test
^ You want to add to this that the user who added the label should have a certain permission? Or user should have a certain level of access? Users would have to have Jira access to add the label in the first place.
You can add to the filter based on metadata, eg.
labels = Test and Assignee = User123
If it's more complex than this, can you provide me a little more information or perhaps an example of what you're trying to locate?
Thanks for your answer but this is not what I am actually looking for. Let me rephrase my issue.
Ex: Say that I have 3 JIRA users A, B, C.
First, Creator A created JIRA: AB-12345
Second, Reporter B added Label in JIRA: AB-12345 as Bug
Next, Assignee C added Label in JIRA: AB-12345 as Prod
Now, I would like to know how can Creator A check if it was User B or User C who added Label as Prod in JIRA: AB-12345 ?
Note: When you open JIRA AB-12345 and navigate to Activity > History section from it. You can check for the user who added a particular label but using Advance JQL I am unable to get this report for multiple JIRA IDs.
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