I'd like to search for all issues that cirrently are assigned to their reporters, but I'm not able to find out how to do this in JQL. As it seems, Jira wants to resolve what is right of the operator as a user name rahter than another field value (thus giving something like "The value 'assignee' does not exist for the field 'reporter'." as a result).
How to solve this one?
Thanks in advance
There is a hasSameValues function in JQL Tricks Plugin which can do this. But believe me, I wouldn't use this in a dashabord because the performance won't be that great.
It will be very handy if you want to just get a report or something by running this JQL. The function works for quite a lot of fields as long as they are comparable and the performance varies depending up on the fields.
Evaluating the plugin is a good idea. And yes, it is commercial.
I have done many attempts to execute this query on JQL and didn't succed. I've read some of the documentation about JQL an didn't find a way to run this query either.
I believe this happens because both "assignee" and "reporter" require a value to be compared.
But anyways, you can easily run this query with the SQL or MYSQL command line:
SELECT * FROM jiraissue WHERE assignee = reporter;
I Hope I have helped.
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