On issue navigator there is a text box to filter issues. When I put an incomplete word (ie: inter) searcher show no results. There are issues with International word on subject.
Can I change the behaviour of this text box to allow incomplete word search?
That works if your search term begins with a known value, but not is the value is embedded inside the string, because a search term cannot begin with a wildcard. If you are looking for "something-345-something" and the only think you know is 345 then text ~ "*345*" does not work. I am not sure how to find that.
This is not working for me at all....
I have a Summary field that has the text of DEF_LIST_272 Foo Bar
I want to find my issue by looking for 272
If I use summary ~ "272*" I get no results back
In fact , if I use
summary ~ "DEF_LIST_*" I still get no results back
if I use
summary ~ "DEF_LIST_272" I get results back.
So is there a real CONTAINS feature (i.e. contains the text, like GREP does)?
I was having he same issue with a simalare keyword search. This is what i had to do to make it work. It appears it doesn't match up if it has underscores (dont think that is the only case it cant find the keyword...). So i broke it up into several phrases. Also, the '*' doesn't seem to work even thou they say to use it on their guide...
change: Summary ~ 'DEF_LIST_272'
to: Summary ~'DEF_' AND Summary ~'LIST_' AND Summary ~ '272'
This will probably return you some extra items but will also bring back the results you are looking for.
I had the same problem. The search in JIRA is sadly not that good. Wanted to search for a number in a string, e.g. test123 and couldn't find it with any option. Of course you can try like Christopher Pearson said, but you really have to know the whole string and not only a part of it.
There is an add-on called Power JQL (https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1216891/power-jql-extended-search-functions?hosting=server&tab=overview) from our company which can solve this problem. For your issue michael shellnutt try following jql search
for issue in powerIssue("summary", ".*272.*")
This gives the result you desire.The add-on can improve the jql search also by using RegEx in its full potential. You can also search for attachments on issues.
I know this issue is a bit old but I ran into it myself and found this works best for me. This only works if you have Adaptist Scriptrunner installed. This does mean you have a dependency on Scriptrunner but it has so many useful features it's totally worth it.
This will do a partial search for 272. It doesn't matter if the string 272 is at the beginning, middle or end. It also allows for regular expressions.
issueFunction in issueFieldMatch("project = SM", "summary", "272")
when I write
summary ~ "\\[KEY\\]"
Jira also finds results that have "KEY" not surrounded by "[" and "]" :(
Edit: Nevermind, I found in Jira documentation that "Special characters aren’t stored in the index, which means you can’t search for them. The index only keeps text and numbers (...)" 😞
Hello Folks :)
Actually, noticed that if the search string contains part of the word, the search fails (does not return result).
So, I think this is a bug that Atlassian should fix.
project = "Orange Reunion" AND summary ~ "COMREQ_" ==> Does not return any result
project = "Orange Reunion" AND summary ~ "COMREQ_BUS_040" ==> returns result
Knowing that the searched case hase a summary :
"COMREQ_BUS_040 Achat Gérer des prospects - Storing shopping carts of prospect customers" without the ""
project = <projectname>AND issuetype = Task AND summary !~ "FT Manual testing" AND summary ~ "Manual testing"
This searches the summary and removes all the tasks that contain "FT Manual testing", if I d "Manual testing" I get all the issues that also include FT.
The only drawback with this approach is that I am relying on the summary being consistent.
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