I am using Script runner plugin version 2.1.15, I have written a validation snippet which is working fine when I use the name of the custom field and not the ID, but I don't want my script to be tightly coupled with the custom field name
cfValues['Release'].getValue() == 'True
cfValues['customfield_12345'].getValue() == 'True'
is not, any suggestions?
Hi @Jamie Echlin [Adaptavist] - My full statement involves multiple fields - issue.issueTypeObject.name != 'XYZ' || (issue.issueTypeObject.name == 'ABC' && cfValues['Release'].getValue() == 'True' && cfValues['myField'] && cfValues["myNewField''] && cfValues['MyFieldtwo']?.value?.size() > 0)
thanks for sharing more info about it, as my requirement involved writing a long validation statement consiting of a certain scenario involving multiple custom fields and I wanted to restrict it to a single line of code but since cfValues doesn't work well with IDs thus would need to extract the IDs before hand.
Hi @Sana Safai - Yes, ofcourse it would have an impact on the sytax based on the type of my custom field but I currently not concerned with that rather I am looking for a way to get the custom field values based on their ID instead of names in a long condition statement, see my comment in response to Jamie answer's. thanks
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