Searching an Issue based on and issue key JIRA plugin development

Hi,

Is it possible to search for an issue based on the issue key? I want to add issue key to the where clause, instead of the status in the query below. I can use the issueKey in the orderBy clause but not in the where clause.

builder.where().status("Resolved");
builder.orderBy().issueKey(order);

When used in the where clause as shown below an error is displayed saying ''Constructor call must be the first statement in a constructor".

builder.where().issueKey().("1234");

Am I doing something wrong or is it not possible to add an issue key to the following statement?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks


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Timothy Chin Community Champion Sep 08, 2013

Does this not work?

final JqlQueryBuilder builder = JqlQueryBuilder.newBuilder();

builder.where().issue().eq("ABC-123");

Query query = builder.buildQuery();

It works fine, Thanx a lot!

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