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Making a custom field mandatory based on the value of a fix version

My fix version values are 2019-ABC, 2019-DEF and 2019-XYZ.

I want a custom field called "Release Date" to be mandatory when some selects fix verson as "2019-XYZ". 

Can someone help me with this using Script Runner?

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Hi @Sunil Mandalika 

Here is the code for you.

def fixVersion = getFieldById(getFieldChanged()).getValue()
def releaseDate = getFieldByName("Release Date")
log.debug("Fix Version: " + fixVersion)

if (fixVersion.toString().contains("2019-XYZ") ) {

releaseDate.setRequired(true)

} else {

releaseDate.setRequired(false)
}

Use this code in the behaviour. Create a behaviour, define mapping to a project, add the Fix Version/s field and use the above code in the server-side script.

I hope it helps.

Ravi

Thanks, this worked for me.

Like Ravi Sagar _Adaptavist_ likes this

That's great. Thanks for letting me know.

@Ravi Sagar _Adaptavist_ Sorry for the delay in responding to your answer. The script worked for us. Thank you for that. To take this a step further, can we write a regular expression in stead of checking for a constant called "2019-XYZ".

My fix version are named as "YEAR-MMM-OFFSCHEDULE", the year and month change for every month, but the last phrase does not change and it always alphabets. 

I would like to change "

if (fixVersion.toString().contains
("this to be a regular expression which validates XXXX-XXX-OFFSCHEDULE"")

the first 4 XXXX are numbers

the second 3 XXX are alphabets

Hi @Sunil Mandalika ,

With the help of Behaviours From ScriptRunner for Jira you will be able to configure this.

Thanks,

Avinash

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