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JIRA query with multiple wild card

Hi All

I need to write a query in Jira to fetch records using couple of wild cards. 

It supports one wild card , but not more than one. Is there any way in which i can achieve it?

 "Found in" ~ "Rel ABC*" AND "Found in" !~ "Rel ABC *HF*"

 

Many thanks

 

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Jack Brickey Community Leader Dec 13, 2022

Hi @S Sheikh , I wonder if the following could work? I have not tested your specific scenario.

  1. create a filter called "test filter" and save using  "Found in" !~ "Rel ABC *HF*"
  2. Enter this JQL -  "Found in" ~ "Rel ABC*" and filter = "test filter"

again this is just an idea to play with...

Hi Jack

Two wild cards in the query is not accepted.

Jack Brickey Community Leader Dec 15, 2022

thanks for verifying. looks like OOTB it isn't possible.

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