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I'm having trouble getting a rule to trigger.
System is a custom field, field type: Insight Object (see configuration screenshot below).
If a use any field that's not an Insight Object, the rule functions as expected.
I have tried everything I can think of in the Value field of the condition. The only Conditions that I think are valid are "contains any of" and "contains all of" and I've tried both with various strings in the Value field.
I've tried strings, with and without quotes, partial strings, the full string, the insight issue key, the object GUID (I'm assuming that's what it is, as shown in the screenshot below, it's the big long number that shows up in the search window after selecting one of the autofill options in the search box.
Any help is appreciated, thanks!
We have a Check Box Field - Product Line, the user can choose any number of choices.
Lets say the Choice are Blue, Yellow, Red and Green
I need a condition rule that will create a Task "Blue Product" when Product Line = Blue -- This is easy
Now I need another condition rule that will create a new Task "Any Product" when Product = any of the choices including Blue
I can't figure out what is the best way to get this accomplished. I've tried Contains any of and equals (where I added all the choices.
First thing, as this is an older thread you may want to create a new question, and perhaps link back to this one. That will help so more people see it to offer ideas. Otherwise only the people following this one will.
Back to your question...
Are you trying to create one-to-many tasks, based on the values in the field? If so, perhaps try using an Advanced Branch and iterate over the selected values in your field. To learn more about that technique, please look here: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Automation-articles/Branching-over-smart-values-in-Jira-Automation/ba-p/1741935
I am assuming that this "System" field is a select-list type? If so, the automation should recognize it as so and the "contains" or "contains any of" would apply to a drop list of selections. Here is an example:
I see. Maybe you could try using Advanced compare condition like this:
How about using "contains regular expression" and use this as the value (include the forward slashes):