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Can I require both fields of a cascading custom field using JQL?


If I use this: 

"Product Category" not in cascadeOption(none)

I find some issues that do not have a value in the second drop down. 

How can I filter, with JQL, to see only issues that have both drop downs with a value in them?

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Pramodh Community Leader Jan 29, 2021

Hi @lukec 

First, collect all the parent options in the Cascade field "Product Category"

Then follow the JQL to get the issues where both fields are not empty

project = "projectKey" AND ( !("Product Category[Select List (cascading)]" in cascadeOption("parentOption1", none)) AND !("Product Category[Select List (cascading)]" in cascadeOption("parentOption2", none)) AND !("Product Category[Select List (cascading)]" in cascadeOption("parentOption3", none)) )

And it goes on till you have covered the parentOptions.

This will give the expected results

Please let me know if this works


Awesome thank you

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