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?
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?
I have following problem with labels, because a story can have multiple lables and I would like to filter the following
Story 1 - Label A, B, C, D
Story 2 - Label A, D
Story 3 - Label A, B, E
=> select alle story which NOT have label A or B -> expected result Story 1 and 2
if i enter "Label not in (A, B)" then none of the above stories appears as result.
You might think that
labels not in (...)
means "labels does not include any of ...", which would obviously be true for tickets with no labels.
But actually it seems to be interpreted as "labels includes (only) items not in ...".
I guess it's consistent with "x not in (...)" where "x" is a simple value rather than a set, where it means "x has some value other than ..." but it's very unintuitive.
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