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How can I check in a behaviour script that the "Affects version/s" field is empty? Edited

I have an "Affects Branch/es" custom field, and I'd like to force to have only one of "Affects version/s" and "Affects Branch/es" filled - in our system filling none or both is invalid.

A tried the following code, but it does not work:

import com.onresolve.jira.groovy.user.FieldBehaviours
import groovy.transform.BaseScript

@BaseScript FieldBehaviours fieldBehaviours

def branchesField = getFieldByName("Affects Branch/es")
def branchesFieldStringValue = branchesField.getValue()

def versionsField = getFieldById("versions")
def versionsFieldStringValue = versionsField.getValue()

if (branchesFieldStringValue == null && versionsFieldStringValue == null) {
branchesField.setError("brancherror both empty 3")
}

if (branchesFieldStringValue != null && versionsFieldStringValue != null) {
branchesField.setError("brancherror both filled 4")
}


I think the problem is the way I checked if they're empty or not. I tried with converting them with .tostring() and comparing with "" and some other ways - but now I think I'm getting lost. Can someone help me?

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Hello @Gergely Fehér

 

This is a Groovy script. Groovy is made to simplify this kind of things.

Try this:

if (branchesFieldStringValue && versionsFieldStringValue) {
branchesField.setError("branchesboth empty 3")
}

if (!branchesFieldStringValue && !versionsFieldStringValue) {
branchesField.setError("brancherror both filled 4")
}

 Regards,

 

Adrien

Hi @SITTER_Adrien,

Thanks a lot, it works!

I wrote the below code in behaviour script to check if the field is empty . It is working if it is empty.. however, If i enter something the error is not cleared. Please help ,

I need to clear the error message if there is something in the field.

def loc=getFieldById("customfield_10612")
if (loc) {
loc.setError("Please Enter loc")
}

How do we check if the given field value is text or not in behaviour script in jira

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