I'm having trouble using the JQL syntax to exclude a single label from a Greenhopper board. I get errors when trying to use "labels !~ theming" and "labels != theming" returns no results (because of most returning NULL for labels, I think). "Theming" is the label I'm excluding in this example, and in real life.
What is the syntax to exclude only a single label from a board using filters?
I just gave this a try with project=project AND (labels != 'test' OR labels is EMPTY) and was able to pull up all issues in my project except those with the test label. Give this a try and let us know how it goes.
if you want to do this with more than one label, you need to add the is EMPTY value for every label?
I have something like this:
project = "[PROJECT]" AND status in (Open, "In Progress", Reopened) AND (labels!= postponed OR labels is EMPTY) AND (labels !=testing_functionality_ignore OR labels is EMPTY)
but if you want to exclude 40 labels?
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