I am trying to determine the JQL necessary to report on a custom field that is a Cascading Select type. I need to identify issues that have the parent field value of ABC and has a 'child or secondary' list value of 123.
It seems that when I use the JQL based on the custom field, it is only able to query against the parent. How do a do it against the parent's list values like in the example mentioned?
customfield in cascadeOption(parentOption,childOption)
The online help is a great source for advanced searches: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Advanced+Searching+Functions#AdvancedSearchingFunctions-cascadeOption()
We are using the cascade select field in our filter, we would like to know is there a way we could use multiple parent options in the query.
Parent Option : A has (1,2,3 has child options)
Parent Option B has (4,5,6 has child options)
Parent Option C has (7,8,9 child options)
Parent Option D has (10,11,12 child options)
We are trying to achieve we need results of Parent Option A and C with all the child Options.
When we have seen in the link provided above, we see there is no option of having multiple Parent options. Any information provided will be very helpful.
Somehow I don't get it.
I try to query a cascading select on emptiness but get funny results.
Entering nothing into the query tells me I have approx 41k datasets in my instance.
querying my instance to return all datasets having the cascading select field empty yields 10
but querying for not empty returns only approx 2k datasets
where are the remaining 39k datasets?
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