Dependency of Scripted Function on JQL Tricks plugin

Scripted function like linkedIssuesOf, hasComments etc. is dependent on JQL Tricks plugin function "issuesWhereEpicIn()" as disabling the function renders the scripted function linkedIssuesOf, hasComments unable to use producing errors.

For example if we run a JQL Query "issueFunction in hasComments()", it works fine with JQL Tricks plugin function "issuesWhereEpicIn()" enabled. But disabling the function makes the above JQL query unable to use and it produces an error stating "Unable to find JQL function 'hascomments()'".

We have a business requirement where we have to disable the above JQL Tricks Plugin function. 

Please suggest any workaround for this.


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There is certainly not a dependency... I don't know why that happens. Perhaps because they share one commonly-named jql function. If after disabling JQL tricks, can you disable and enable script runner and see what happens?

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Thanks for your response. We have performed the steps and Scripted function works fine now. 

But each time when we disable the JQL Tricks plugin function "issuesWhereEpicIn()" we have to disable and enable script runner for the scripted functions to work.

Yeah I know, this is to do with the way the jql functions are currently registered. The next release is going to fix this.

@Jamie Echlin [Adaptavist] , Thanks for your update. Can you please share the link of this bug? We want to watch this issue & track in our backlog.

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