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how to find system field id

Is there any way where I can find the IDs if the system fields and their values?

 

E.g. I want to have the ID of the Priority field and the Blocker field value.

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you can find all JIRA fields IDs (system and custom) through rest call: {Your JIRA base URL} /rest/api/2/field 

Thank you Moe, I will check this and send an update. Hopefully, this should work.

It doenot show any numeric value for system fields. ID will we displayed as characters.

Example: For System Field Name "Fix Version/s", "fixVersions" is the ID

[{"id":"fixVersions","name":"Fix Version/s","custom":false,"orderable"

  

Like SockBlocker likes this

Correct, system fields do not have a numeric id.

Thanks Guys , API call was useful to find System fields name and id 

 """       {Your JIRA base URL} /rest/api/2/field      """

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how to set value for system field for example I want to set value Environment field using groovy

Most of the system fields can be set with issue.set<id of field>()

what will be filed id for Environment system filed, I want to change Environment value via groovy script

It's environment.

JiraIssue.JPGscript.pngI run this script to update environment value in logs it's showing updated value when i open ticket still old value

Your script is not applying the change you've put into the mutableissue object.

https://library.adaptavist.com/entity/update-the-value-of-a-custom-field-in-jira has some stuff about applying changes

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