I have created a custom field called "Case #" from the Text Field (single line) standard field type. This field only shows up in a single project and only has numeric-like values (e.g. Case # = 1234567).
project = projectA AND "Case #" !~ 1234567
I have 2 questions:
1) My understanding is that the !~ operator is supposed to be mean "does not contain". So why is this bringing up the correct issues when used in the JQL? I would expect the ~ operator to bring the issues up, but it does not. This is the opposite of what the logic I expected.
2) Is there a way to have the custom field indexed so that it and its values show up in a basic search done from the general search screen opened on the left side of the page?
Thanks for the help and explanation!
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