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ScriptRunner behavior show/hide custom field based on cascading select and single select fields

I'm trying to display a custom number field and required only on two combinations, otherwise the intent is to hide a custom number field on a specific issue type using Behaviors in ScriptRunner but no luck to get this to work. The two combinations are cascading select option values (parent - Test Support and child - Prod Environment) along with a singleselectField (Admin, Admin and Developer, EndUser and null).

Please review my code for this requirement effort and kindly suggest on the code change as needed to get this to work. This code seems to fail mainly due to Cascading select field validation and for the sake of testing, when I removed the code with reference to Cascading select field then it works fine. Your quick turnaround with code suggestions will be of great help.

 

def cascadecustomField = getFieldByName("What do you want to select?")

def selectedOptions = cascadecustomField.getValue() as Map

def parentOptionLevel = null
def childOptionLevel = '1'

def ParentOption = selectedOptions.get(parentOptionLevel).toString()
def ChildParentOption = selectedOptions.get(childOptionLevel).toString()

def numberField = getFieldByName("ID Number")
def singleselectField = getFieldById(getFieldChanged())

def selectedOption = singleselectField.getValue() as String

if(ParentOption == "Test Support" && ChildParentOption == "Prod Environment"){

if(selectedOption == "Admin" || "Admin and Developer"){
numberField.setHidden(false)
numberField.setRequired(true)
}

if(selectedOption == null){
numberField.setHidden(true)
}


if(selectedOption == "EndUser"){
numberField.setHidden(false)
numberField.setRequired(false)
}
}

1 answer

The getFieldByName() on cascading custom field returns an ArrayList.

Therefore, to access the cascading custom field values in Behaviour, you can just use:

def parentOption = getFieldById(getFieldChanged()).getValue()[0]
def childParentOption = getFieldById(getFieldChanged()).getValue()[1]

 I hope this helps!

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