Make Cascade Select apply to more than one child field?

The standard JIRA cascade select field type allows you to create a 2-tier cascading select where the 1st select determines which options appear in the 2nd select.

I've seen a couple of plugins that appear to support N-tier cascading, where the 1st select determines which options appear in the 2nd select, the 2ng select determines which options appear in the 3rd select, etc.

What I am seeking, but haven't found yet, is how I can have a 2-tiered cascading select where the 1st select determines which options appear in 2 seperate selects.

Has anyone else encountered a suitable solution for this?

Thanks in advance...

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Thanks for reminding me. Here's a link to download the plug-in.

http://tomwilhelm.net/multicascadeselect-1.0.7.jar

The plug-in is released under a simplified BSD License. Details can be found in the LICENSE file in the root of the plugin source code.

We had a custom plugin built to provide this functionality. It will be open source and should be available soon. I'll try to remember to provide a link when one is available.

Can you show me the link.

thanks

You can use Javascript to do this.

Give you some example code.

If Priority is Critical,the "Select Test" custom field select values are "one/two/three"

and if Priority is Major the "Select Test" custom field values are "Value one/Value two/Value three"

Create custom feild "Select Test",the descriptiont contont as follow.

and add select values "one/two/three/value one/value two/value three".

the bond and italic words must be replaced.

==================================================================

<script type="text/javascript">

priority = document.getElementById('priority');

if (priority) {

priority.onchange=function() {

if (this.value == 2) {

target = document.getElementById('customfield_10775');

target.length=1;

target.options.add(new Option("one", 10744));

target.options.add(new Option("two", 10745));

target.options.add(new Option("three", 10746));

} else if (this.value == 3) {

target = document.getElementById('customfield_10775');

target.length=1;

target.options.add(new Option("value one", 10747));

target.options.add(new Option("value two", 10748));

target.options.add(new Option("value three", 10749));

} else {

target.style.display='none';

}

}

}

</script>

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