According to the documentation, I can do a proximity search to find words within a certain distance of each other. The example is simply
summary ~ "html5 credit card"~2
The thing to note is the second term needs to a string, so the whole expression should be quoted. One of the confusing things is there quoting for the search expression and then there is quoting for the JQL. The outer quote is for the search expression. The tilde in the string is interpreted by JQL.
project = ANSWERS AND summary ~ '"emails event"~5'
Well, it's not giving me any errors, but it also isn't returning anything. Maybe I don't understand how it's supposed to work. Example: I have a ticket with this in the summary - "Actual Behavior: Crazy Cheese pizza is no longer available, however, if a user places an order from their Favorite Items and the pizza = crazy cheese pizza, then the order gets placed for a pizza type no longer available."
I would have thought that the search
summary ~ '"Crazy pizza"~25'
would return that ticket. But it's not. Can you clarify?
For the expression to be true all the "pizza" words must be within 25 words of the word "Crazy". So, if I counted correctly, last "pizza" word is 32 words from the first "crazy" word. My counting might be off by one, but it does change the result.
You might be looking for
summary ~ crazy AND summary ~ pizza
I don't know what to tell you. I tried changing the number to 40 so that it would encompass the 32 word distance you mention two comments up, and it didn't work. I tried adding a project into the query, and it still doesn't work. It's not giving the error anymore, but it's not returning any results. Is there some kind of configuration that needs to be done to allow this type of searching?
There was some JQL behavioral changes, but I do not remember which version it occured in. I would try a simplier case (no repeating words) and see if you can make it work. I still recommend trying the search out on jira.atlassian.com, so you know for sure that it does work.
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