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How to compare two custom fields using JQL function

I am looking to compare 2 customfields of same datatype. Any help on this approach

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Andy Heinzer Atlassian Team Nov 21, 2017

Natively within Jira there is not a way to do this.   However you might be able to leverage a plugin in Jira in order to search like this. 

I have found a few other threads that appear to indicate that SQL for Jira might be able to be used in this manner.

And another thread that indicates you might be able to use Scriptrunner in order to make a comparison like this.

Thanks for your suggestion Andrew.

I am looking for comparison using script runner. Also I would like to know what classes needs to be extended for this?

Using Adaptavist's ScriptRunner, you can do this in JQL:

issueFunction in expression("","field1 > field2")

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