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Using the functionality of jql search bar in custom addon

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Hi all,

I wanted to know if it is possible to add the jql search bar to a custom addon that is used as in house tool. Like adding the functionality of google search into a web page.

 

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Rachel Wright Community Leader May 14, 2018

Hi @Kirubel Tesfaye, I don't fully understand what you're trying to do, but you can at least append JQL search information to the Jira search URL.

For example: 

If you were to collect the search string  assignee = currentUser() and status = open in your tool, then could send your user to the URL:

yourjiraurl.com/issues/?jql=[STRING]

Ex: yourjiraurl.com/issues/?jql=assignee%20%3D%20currentUser()%20and%20status%20%3D%20open

Hope this helps or at least gets you closer to what you're trying to do!

Rachel Wright
Author, Jira Strategy Admin Workbook

Thanks @Rachel Wright for your helpful suggestion, but what I wanted to do is validate the jql string entered by the user, like in the advanced jql search bar.

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