Set Cascading Select values in create post

I have a cascading-select custom list named "Team" and I want to set each of the Team list values curing a create issue. I can't seem to figure out how to set the primary list and secondary list.

Running JIRA 6.2 and using Groovy

The following code does not seem to work:

Option ctOption = optionsManager.getOptions(cfTeam.getRelevantConfig(issue)).getOptionForValue("TeamA", null);

   Option ctSubOption = optionsManager.getOptions(cfTeam.getRelevantConfig(issue)).getOptionForValue("SubTeam A", null);

   issue.setCustomFieldValue(cfTeam, [ctOption, ctSubOption])

Note, when printing debug statements, ctOption finds "Team A", but ctSubOption does not find "SubTeam A" and cfTeam does not get updated.

Thanks for any help!


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are you speaking about multiselect or cascading select field?

if you are trying to set value for cascading field then check the following question

Sorry, I am talking about Cascading Select Field.

then solution is there on other post which i gave on my answer!!

It was perfect. Thank you sooo much!!!


Glad to hear it worked!!

i changed field name from multiselect to cascading select in your question so it will help to other users!!

you must get the option that is relevant for you issue :

FieldConfig clientCustomFieldConfig = clientCustomField.getRelevantConfig(myIssue);
final Options options = optionsManager.getOptions(clientCustomFieldConfig);						 
Option coption = options.getOptionForValue("TeamA", null);

do not use issue.setCustomFieldValue but use updateValue instead

if (coption != null) {
	clientCustomField.updateValue(null, myIssue, new ModifiedValue(null, coption), changeHolder);

as stated n you might want to look at

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