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iDalko Table Grid plugin: 2 parameters JQL

I would like to be able to find issues that contain a table grid that meets criteria of Column1=X AND Column2=Y


Is that possible?


I see this syntax : issue in grids(grid_name, "Column1=X", "Column2=Y") but it seems it returns issues that contain Column1=X OR Column2=Y

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francis Marketplace Partner Sep 10, 2022

Did you try


issue in grids(grid_name, "Column2=Y") and issue in grids(grid_name, "Column2=Y")

I presume you meant 

issue in grids(grid_name, "Column1=X") and issue in grids(grid_name, "Column2=Y")


If so - yes. In effect it's giving me OR operator : finding all issues with table grid with column1= X or column2 = Y 

francis Marketplace Partner Sep 12, 2022

(Sorry for the typo)


This should give you all the issue that matches both conditions.
Is this not the case?

Can you try it manually?

I see I should've phrased my question more carefully :)


In effect, this is what I have


Column 1     Column2

X                   Z

A                   Y


I want a JQL that returns value only if both X and Y residing in the same row. The syntax you suggested will return this table.

francis Marketplace Partner Sep 14, 2022


issue in grids(grid_name, "Column1=X")

Should return row 1



issue in grids(grid_name, "Column2=Y")

Return row 2

And the 'AND' operator should only return the overlapping issues.

Can you test the queries as such?

My use case - I don't want DARP-29226 returned.



francis Marketplace Partner Sep 14, 2022

Can you try the individual components of the queries and see if DARP-29226 is being returned in both queries.

Correct - both issues (DARP-29226 included) is included in each component of the queriesCapture1.PNGCapture2.PNG

francis Marketplace Partner Sep 14, 2022

Can you try


"Feature = '5G NSA'" as argument?
francis Marketplace Partner Sep 14, 2022 • edited



The return is valid for both cases.

In the first case, it is because there is row that has the Support column set to 'Y' and the second is because the row has the 'Feature' set to '5G NSA'

Can you use the following selector

concat(Feature, '-', Support) = '5G NSA-Y'

 Note - YMMV given the syntax of the underlying db

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