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JQL Query to get issues with attachments

JqlClauseBuilder builderAllIssues = JqlQueryBuilder.newClauseBuilder();
		JqlClauseBuilder tempQueryAllIssues = builderAllIssues.project(specifiedProject.getId());
		Query queryAllissues = tempQueryAllIssues.buildQuery();
		SearchResults searchResultsAllIssues = searchProvider.search(queryAllissues, specifiedProject.getLead(), PagerFilter.getUnlimitedFilter());
		List<Issue> allIssues = searchResultsAllIssues.getIssues();

The above JQL builder query returns all issues. But, my requirement is to return issues who have attachements only.Is there any way i can get issues with attachments by modifying this query?

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MJ Atlassian Team Mar 20, 2013

I have never been able to get a JQL working to filter issues that have attachments. As a workaround, I add the "number of attachments" field and from there exclude all issues that have 0 as value for that field.

For the current JIRA Cloud version this seems to work:

attachments IS NOT EMPTY

You're welcome.

Not by modifying that query directly, but you can use hasAttachments() function from the script runner plugin.

You have to reindex after installing the plugin for that function to work, but that is also true if you add the "number of attachments" field as Mick suggests.

Note that using this function is much quicker than checking each issue for attachments.

What i dint understand is "number of attachments" field.Is this some kind of cutom field i need to create or something is avaialbe in JIRA.How can i incorporate this field in the below JQL query...
SearchResults searchResultsAllIssues = searchProvider.search(queryAllissues, specifiedProject.getLead(), PagerFilter.getUnlimitedFilter());
List<Issue> allIssues = searchResultsAllIssues.getIssues();
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I will be gratefull if you share some code which has implmented this scenario.
Thanks.

it's in jira suite utils or jira toolkit IIRC.

JQL query is: issue in hasAttachments()

You can also read this page to learn more: http://www.j-tricks.com/jqlt-issue-functions.html

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Project = ABCD AND attachment is not EMPTY

will list for you the issue that their attachment is not empty.

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