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Cascading Multi select list

Hey

Im have to present a list op options to users, upon creating a issue.
First they have to select from list A and then List B.
The options in list B are dependent on the values chosen in list A (cascading select list)

But here is the catch:

It should be possible to Select multible values from both lists.
Both lists should be a field of its own.

Anyone know of a way of setting this up?
I tried to use SQLFeed's Combo box custom field. But this isen't multi select.

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Instead of a cascading select list you can create a multiselect list A based on the selections of this multiselect you can display a multiselect field for each option in multiselect A (if no option selected there will be only multiselect A , if 2 options are selected then 2 multiselect B & C will appear ) displaying multiselect fields based on options can be done using javascript/ Behaviours plugin .

This is just a workaround because logically cascading select list cant be a multiselect.

If your doing cascading select via Report

 <property>
                <key>projectid</key>
                <name>report.cs.project</name>
                <description>report.cs.project.description
                </description>
                <type>select</type>
                <values class="com.atlassian.jira.portal.ProjectValuesGenerator"/>
            </property>
<property> <key>version</key> <name>report.cs.version</name> <description>report.cs.version.description </description> <type>cascadingselect</type> <cascade-from>projectid</cascade-from> <values class="sk.eea.jira.plugin.report.ProjectsVersionCascadingValuesGenerator"/> </property>

this work find while implementing single select. for multi select i will update you

Hi,

You can try the project specific Select Field plugin https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugins/jira.plugin.projectspecificselectfield.jpssf.

if you want you can refer the source and implement basic logic as you want.

Sorry but not anything of the things im searching for:
Not Cascading, Not multiselect.

Did you find any solution finally? I'm looking exactly for the same thing.

I think javascript is not a good solution especially if custom fields are placed on the creation screen.

Have looked at this. But its not multi select. only multi level.

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You'll need to write a plugin to provide that.

Jira doesn't have any code that could support this natively, so your options would be

1. A plugin that provides a single field which can handle both lists and their interaction, with code to store and retrieve data using some of the existing data structures

2. Javascript that would effectively tie two independent multi-select lists together (admins would need to be educated on how the interaction works)

Hi Mikkel,

My name is Alice and I am in charge of SQLFeed support.

Currently it doesn't support multiselect but next version will!

It will be released on April 10th, please watch https://studio.plugins.atlassian.com/browse/SQLFEED-1 to be informed of the release.

Alice

I would like to. But i'm not allowed to view the issue.

I'm meet with "Permission Violation"

Hi Mikkel,

Atlassian Studio is now closed. You can see the issue here: https://jira.valiantys.com/browse/SQLFEED-1

The cascading multiselect feature was release on April 10th, 2012 and is included in all versions since 4.0.2.x.

You will find more info in our documentation: https://confluence.valiantys.com/display/SQLFEED/Configuration+Guide#ConfigurationGuide-Allowmultiplevalues

If you have any issues, please create a ticket in our JIRA.

Did you find any solution finally? I'm looking exactly for the same thing.

I think javascript is not a good solution especially if custom fields are placed on the creation screen.

Since June 2012 nFeed is managing multi selection.

Regards

Cyrille

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