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How to pass variable in jql while using jira search api in python

Hello Team, 


I am using below search API to fetch jira issues:


let say value of the project and labels are variable then how can i pass in below jql query ?


project_name = 'DEVOPS'

label_name = 'alert_manager'

query = {
'jql': 'project = DEVOPS and labels = alert_manager and summary ~ "TargetResponseTime_5_Sec_For_2min" and status not in (Closed, Done)'


i want to pass project_name and label_name variable in above jql. how to pass ?




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String interpolation is what i was looking for. 


query = {
'jql': f'project = {project_name} and labels = {label} and summary ~ "TargetResponseTime_5_Sec_For_2min" and status not in (Closed, Done)'





@Pankaj Kumar Pandey - I have the following line here for JQL i want to pass two parameters how can I achieve it ?

issues_in_project = jira.search_issues('status = "Pending QA Deployment" AND project = ALPHA', startAt=0, maxResults=2000, validate_query=True, fields=None, expand=None, json_result=None)

two parameters are status and project. Please let me know how to achieve this ?

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