script failing.The script is failing with custom field XXX

Below is the error on using the “XXX” with customfield_10855.

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Creating BL : I&V Feature Test Setup Readiness - Uplink Min Rx Access

Status : FAIL : Warning: user is not an administrator. Custom fields names are not available for use or validation. Use custom field ids!

Remote error: com.atlassian.jira.rpc.exception.RemoteValidationException: {customfield_10855=Version with id '1404_2' does not exist.} : []

Fix version: Release

RG40

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Syntax used in the script:

jira_cmd_suffix=' --action createIssue --project "'+project+'" --type "'+issue_type+'" --summary "'+summary+'" --assignee "'+assignee+'" --reporter "'+reporter+'" --fixVersions "'+fix_versions+'" --affectsVersions "'+affects_versions+'" --components "'+components+'" --custom customfield_11383:"'+ran_no+'",customfield_10855:"'+XXX+'",customfield_14790:"'+a360_id+'",customfield_11890:"'+sp+'"'

jira_cmd=jira_cmd_prefix + jira_cmd_suffix

3 answers

I took the value of the custom field from admin sextion-->configure

1404_2 is a valid value for the custom field

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It looks to me like the custom field is a *Version* type field and you've given it an invalid version ID. Check that field 10855 is of the right type first, and then what the available content is in the UI

Ok, have you tried it with the ID of the version, not the name? I think you need to use IDs throughout this.

Thanks noc for checking.As you said the field is a version picker.but

1404_2 is a valid version

How can i find the id of version

Go to the list of versions in the project and hover over the link leading to one of the edit/update options

it worked thanks a lot.But 1404_2 works for updating field of “fix_version” but doesn’t for start sprint as the field values are same?

They're different objects with different types and IDs.

A version is a version type object, but a sprint is not a version. (I suspect it's a sprint object, rather than an "option" or plain "string", but I've not looked). It doesn't matter that they have the same name, they're separate entities.

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