JQL cannot display field value

Normally, when I write JQL to search issues, the field values would be automatically displayed following the field name.

Currently,I found the value of one field (field type:Select List (multiple choices)) cannot be displayed in JQL. Could you please give a hand?

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Hi,

Could you give us more info. Do any of the list values contain special chars or something that may break the default autocomplete?

Regards,

Peter

Hi Geshev,

These are my options, could you please give a hand?

1.Connectivity between Test1 & Test2 – 2 way
2.New Connectivity
3.New test for quote (new function) - offline
4.New test for a quote (new function) - online
5.View components to respond to test queries
6.Optimised testing for Renewals
7.Policy lifecycle transactions in test
8.New Functional + function testing

Best Regards,

Echo

I tried adding a custom multiple choice select list with the specified options and everything works as expected. What version of JIRA are you using?

Regards,

Peter

JIRA version is 6.3.15


Best Regards,

Echo

And this custom field only for issue type(EPIC)

 

Best Regards,

Echo

Hi,

I tried creating the customfield with the options on a clean JIRA 6.3.15 and there is still no problem.

Do you have any js errors in the browser's console?

Regards,

Peter

Hi Geshev,

I found that it can work when the issue type is "Any issue type", otherwise the tips cannot be showed. Is this a bug?

Best Regards,

Echo

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