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Smart value with concatenate string in string replace/replaceAll

Hello
How can I do the following.

{{issue.description.replace("found text", "replace text with smart value:"+createdIssue.key)}}

Basically I want some text should replace with smart value and plain text as concatenated.

Thanks
Masud

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Hi @Masudur Rahman ,

Below worked on my Jira. I hope it works for you too.

{{issue.description.replace("found text", issue.summary).concat("my plain text")}}

Thank you , But can we have the following instead of suffix, I want prefix concat.

{{issue.description.replace("found text", "my plain text".concat(issue.summary))}}
Bloompeak Support Marketplace Partner Apr 29, 2020

As far as I checked there is no prepend function. But you can have the same behavior with the below snippet..

{{issue.description.replace("found text, issue.summary.left(0).concat("my plain text").concat(issue.summary))}}

Above the prepend behavior is done

  • first by creating an empty string
issue.summary.left(0) ==> returns empty string
  • then concat the prepend text to the empty string
issue.summary.left(0).concat("my plain text")
  •  finally concat the smart value
issue.summary.left(0).concat("my plain text").concat(issue.summary)
Like Yatish Madhav likes this

Thank you very much @Bloompeak Support 

It worked :)

Like Bloompeak Support likes this

Thank you, that was really helpful! 

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