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I'm trying to query Insight data by user attribute. Can this be done?
Here's what *doesn't* work:
Owner.Username like "consult"
"Owner"."Username" like "consult"
Owner having User("Username" like "consult")
Owner is "Jira user" field?
You can't "drill into" non-asset fields. So the short question is no, I don't think that's possible.
You could replicate your users as objects with one of the attribute being "jira account" that actually link the object to the associated user.
That will give you much more flexibility.
The "owner" or Jira User field in IQL is very imprecise.
I found that the = operator will match both the user's username and display name. And when you try to use "like" then it's even more unpredictable.