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Display number in 1000 Multiples Edited


I create a script field in my Jira, and I want  number intered in this field displays in 1000 multiples.

for example:

When user in Create Screen entered number(456243) in "Number" field, Instantly value shows (456,243)  in this field(before create issue).


I  wrote a script in "script field" ,but it return  error.

Please Help me to write correct script.

Import com.atlassian.jira.component.ComponentAccessor

Define Number=ComponentAccesor.getCustomFieldManager().getCustomFieldObjectByName("Number");

Return issue.getCustomFieldValue(Number)/1000



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Leo Community Leader Nov 25, 2019

Hi @RainBow,

I would suggest you to go with Number field(custom field instead of script) and write a behaviour for the same(which will set/display value before clicks create button once focus changed to next field) 

below behaviour snippet may give you some reference

def cf = getFieldByName("Field Name")  // getting field
def cValue = cf.getFormValue() as Double //getting it's value from the form/screen
cValue = cValue/1000 // performing action
cf.setFormValue(cValue) // setting it's value in the current form/screen



Hi @Leo 

I use your solution, but my problem don't resolve. :(

I define behaviour for this field and write your script but number in this field shows like before.


I enter 1234567

And show 1234567

While I want shows 1,234,567


Leo Community Leader Nov 25, 2019

I misunderstood your query, I'm not good at formatting things. :(

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