In one of my Jira projects I have some issues with the summary in the following form:
A.1.2 Hello World 1
A.1.3 Hello World 2
A.2.2 Hello World 3
A.2.4 Hello World 4
Now I want to see all issues starting with A.1.
For this I wanted to use the following filter, where I don't get any results.
project = world AND summary ~ "A.1*"
However, if I only search for
project = world AND summary ~ "A"
all issues beginning with A will be displayed.
Does anyone have an idea where my mistake is? The Search syntax articles didn't really help me.
Edit: I think my server instance has an problem with the search-engine. Will report it to my server admins.
Hi @Robert Güntherberg
It seems that JQL has some reserved characters, including ".".
You may try using unicode character ? (\u002E)
Or according to the doc
If you wish to use these characters in queries, you need to:
surround them with quote-marks (you can use either single quote-marks (') or double quote-marks ("));and, if you are searching a text field and the character is on the list of reserved characters for text searches,
precede them with two backslashes.
Hope it helps !
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