I'm having trouble with JQL. I want to create a JQL based on the built-in field "component", which has a list pre-defined values (e.g. HW, SW, ME). An issue's component field can have 0 to multiple values.
I want to create a query that searches for issues whose "component" field does NOT CONTAIN "SW" ALONE. For example, Issue 1's component field has "HW, SW", Issue 2's component field has "SW", and Issue 3's component field has no value. Issue 1 and issue 3 would be returned in such query.
How can I create such query using JQL? Thanks!
Thanks Jobin that's the approach we are taking right now. But if we add/change the values available for components, we need to update the query. And we actually have quite a bit more components values than I listed here. So I was hoping for a way to avoid listing all of them in the query
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