JQL function membersOf() is working fine when I use it to search issues on the Search page, but the same is not working as expected when I use it in the webhook JQL.
My filter uses JQL field "watcher".
Eg: watcher in membersOf("devops-team-members")
@Martin Bayer _MoroSystems_ s_r_o__ I don't see any permissions problem here. I have administrator access and I created this webhook for the events - issue created & updated. Also, I checked this webhook using another JQL filter "watchers = 2" and it worked fine and only on the subset of issues where the watchers count is 2 as expected. So, no permissions issue here.
@Martin Bayer _MoroSystems_ s_r_o__My webhook sends details about the issues to an external web application when an issue is created or updated. This webhook should work only on the issues where a watcher is part of this group - "devops-team-members". No additional configuration on this webhook.
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