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It is possible to search for parts of what is written in the summary field (with ~). I want to do the same thing for the FixVersion/s field. Is this possible?
In general my concern is, that I have Releases that have a specific nomenclature and I want to filter for the issues that are subordinated, based on parts of this nomenclature. Is there a possibility to do this without the use of Add-ons/labels etc.?
According to https://confluence.atlassian.com/jiracorecloud/advanced-searching-fields-reference-765593716.html?_ga=2.228522654.2094838208.1569828953-503707675.1567420743#Advancedsearching-fieldsreference-FixVersionfixVersionFixversion
The ~ character is not supported for queries with fixVersion.
But you can use fixVersion in situations like these:
fixVersion in (
Hope this answer your question!
This answers my question, but does not provide a solution. Too bad, that the Fix Version field cannot be accessed by the ~ character. This means there is no "Out-of-the-box"-Solution for just filtering for segments of the Release name, too bad, as Releases do not have any other attributes that can be filtered for.
the ~ can only be used in JQL for the fields that are defined as free text searchers, fix version is a select list field.
with scriptrunner you have a function that fits your needs
fixVersion in versionMatch("^RC.*")
I guess the free addon SQL to JQL would work for you too (haven't try it)
Ok, maybe you could do some workaround like copying the version value to a text field and filtering for this new field.