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I am a new Jira admin (I mean brand new), who is taking over a new site that has some uploaded Assets data that includes customers, employees, roles, etc. We have a custom field for "Project Manager" that is driven by an attribute in the Customers Object Schema under the Customer # Object Type. I am looking to create a filter that at the most basic level is "Project Manager" = currentUser(). However, after quite a bit of research, I am not finding the right way to reference that attribute... Any help is appreciated!
I am trying to replicate this. I want an Assets field on a service desk request form where the end user selects their device from the dropdown... but ideally it only shows them options where they're attached to the device.
"Owner's Jira user Profile" is an attribute on the Asset object. The attribute is a reference to a Jira User object (i.e. a link to the user profile).
Am I doing something wrong or can this not be done?
Thank you for the quick reply!
This is an Assets attribute under our Customer # field that reference's an employee object; it should be a User" custom field called PM.
To give a more detailed overview of our Assets design:
We have a "Companies" schema with company names and some other details. It has an inbound reference to the customer number from the "Customers" schema. Then an "Employee'" schema with employee names, contact info (email), role, and Jira U/N; it also has an inbound reference from the Customer #. Under the Customer Number object, there are attributes. In this case, "Assigned Project Manager" is the field I am looking to filter by. So basically, I want something like Assigned Project Manager = currentUser(). I am hoping to make this happen so I can make a dynamic filter that can be used in dashboards.
Okay, unfortunately currentUser() is not supported in AQL, at least not yet. The only thing I can suggest is that you submit a suggestion to have that added. Go to jira.atlassian.com to log it.