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Groovy script for seeing if issue is in JQL Query

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I'm looking for a Jira groovy script that can check to see if the current issue belongs to a certain jql query. The idea is for it to return true or false. This is to be used as a workflow condition. Is someone able to help?

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Scriptrunner is never going to have an entire JQL engine written into it to replicate what a JQL search already does.

The simple thing to do here is run the JQL and work with the results.  A search will return a pile of issues, and you can then look through the results to see if the issue or issues you are interested in are there.

A sample script is over at https://library.adaptavist.com/entity/perform-a-jql-search-in-scriptrunner-for-jira

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hi @Victor Graham ,

in JMWE, you can use this snippet:

!!jqlSearch( "key = ${issue.key} AND project = AM" , 1)

(where you can replace  project = AM with whatever JQL condition you need)

However, this is not always reliable in a Workflow Condition, as the Jira index that JQL searches uses might be lagging behind recent changes (because Jira updates its index asynchronously). It is preferable to use a Groovy condition script using JMWE's simplified API (such as issue.get())

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