I'm running a standalone 5.2.2 Jira server with ScriptRunner 2.1.3. I'm using script runner to run validators in my workflow so I believe it is installed correctly.
As a Jira admin, I peruse the "Scripted JQL Functions" menu and I 'Preview' the versionMatch function. I entered some regex expressions for my version and it returned the versions I was expecting.
From the Advanced Search page, I enter the simple query:
fixVersion in versionMatch("13.2.*")
and it returns the error:
Unable to find JQL function 'versionMatch(13.2.*)'.
Do I have to enable something?
Thanks for responsing Jamie.
I decided to disable and then enable versionMatch from the ScriptedJQLFunctions page and it is now recognizing this JQL function. A possible restart of the server may have fix it but we are in production so that is always a last resort.
Thanks for time.
We're also experiencing the same symptom for all Script JQL functions.
Jira Server version: 5.2.2
- all functions are enabled in admin panel
- re-started server
- re-indexed content
- all functions work as expected in preview panel of admin screen
Any other pointers as to how to get the functions recgnized from issue Filter screen?
FYI, in case anyone else runs into this issue we found that while our stage instance had 116 plugin modules listed, our production instance only displayed 83. After uninstalling and reinstalling the plugin all modules now appear and the versionMatch queries seem to be working fine now.
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