I have two JIRA issues, with summary strings: "FOOBAR_STAGE" and "FOOBAR2_STAGE".
If I run this filter:
summary ~ "STAGE"
The first issue is returned, the second is not. Is there any way I can construct a query to return both results?
You may try searching using the JQL query below:
summary ~ "FOOBAR*"
Using "FOOBAR*STAGE" should also work according to our documentation, but I have tested it and it did not work. I will link this post to one of the bugs we have raised for problems related to the behaviour of the CONTAINS (~) operator:
Thanks for the suggestion Danilo. I'm not sure it's going to work in my case, because I want to match all of FOOBAR_STAGE, FOOBAR2_STAGE, BARFOO_STAGE, BARFOO2_STAGE etc.
Also, because it's the summary field, it's in the middle of a string such as "Job called BARFOO2_STAGE failed"
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