We have a project among many projects that has 100s of components. Some of those have a leader setup where others don't have a leader.
Issues that are raised with components that are lead by a user, are triaged by those leaders and their teams.
On the other hand issues that have components without a lead, need to be triaged by our 1st line of support.
my JQL for the first looks like:
assignee is EMPTY AND component in componentsLeadByUser("joe.bloggs") AND status != Closed
the JQL for the second would currently looks something like:
assignee is EMPTY AND component not in componentsLeadByUser("lead.1") AND component not in componentsLeadByUser("lead.2") AND component not in componentsLeadByUser("lead.3") ... AND component not in componentsLeadByUser("lead.X") AND status != Closed
However the above doesn't scale well so ideally I would expect a function like componentsLeadByUser(NULL) or a brand new function.
Quickly put together a JQL function. Download it from
For syntax refer to
For simple dev tutorials check out www.jiradev.com
This JAR file contains a DateRangeJqlFunction.class as wekk as the components with no leads as well as google-gson library. Are these required for that JQL function?
I don't want to install before I am certain it contains the absolute necessary and I have no experience creating jira plugins.
Could you please clarify? thank you
This plugin contains 3 functions so I renamed it to
The functions available in the plugin are
If you only want one of those three functions, you can just use the right class it is implemented in.
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