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Multiple checkbox test before ticket raise

Dear Community

I have a request model with 3 multiple checkboxes.

Before request is raised, I need to perform a check to make sure that user make appropriate selection.

- If user select an App without Citrix then the checkbox concerning Apps with Citrix and the one with Citrix overall or specific should be set to N/A

- If user select one or several Apps with Citrix, then Apps without Citrix should be set to N/A

- If user select All Apps with Citrix are affected then App 4 to 7 should be selected and apps without Citrix should be set to N/A

- If user select Only specific Apps with Citrix are affected then, apps without Citrix should be set to N/A, Apps with Citrix N/A should not be selected and at least one App from App 4 to 7 should be selected

I though I can do that using Groovy validator but was unable to set it up (lack of knowledge as I'm not experienced with JIRA)

I set all the 3 custom fields as mandatory (that's why each of them got a N/A)

Thanks in advance for your help

Philippe

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Dirk Ronsmans Community Leader Apr 07, 2021

Hey @Philippe Beltran and welcome to the community,

For this (something like dynamic changes on a form) you might want to look in to an app called Scriptrunner and their concept of Behaviours

 

https://docs.adaptavist.com/sr4js/latest/features/behaviours

This will allow you to change the options on those boxes based on other (selected or not selected) options on the form.

Hi Dirk

Thank you for the information but I cannot find behaviours in my JIRA.

In fact I do not have Add-ons listed

Screenshot 2021-04-08 095315.png

Dirk Ronsmans Community Leader Apr 08, 2021

@Philippe Beltran , do you have Scriptrunner installed?

@Dirk Ronsmans , not yet, our Admin plan to add it during next maintenance window

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