when I use scriptrunners extension for JQL queries in JIRA like:
fixVersion in versionMatch("V00.01*")
I will also get issue that have a fixVersion set to "V00.02.00" for example, if the fixVersion of that issue was set in the past to e.g. "V00.01.00", but was changed afterwards. Does this really make sense? I want to get issues with a particular Version, but I get additional issues that are no longer assigned to this version... so this means to me, I cannot use this feature, because it distorts the result I want to have.
So is this a bug or is it a feature? Is it may be solved with another plugin version?
We are currently using Scriptrunner 5.0.14
Using the versionMatch JQL function from scriptrunner is actually expecting to use a regular expression in regards to how these are being matched. Please see the documentation on this projectMatch / componentMatch / versionMatch.
In which case, the asterisk * is expected to match the previous identifier repeatedly. The other thing to note is that the period . will match any character when used in regex. You have to escape characters like that. So if you only wanted to find issues with versions that start with "V00.01" then your regex would probably need to look something like this
fixVersion in versionMatch("V00\.01\..*")
Note the escaped \. to match the "." characters, and then the additional .* will match any characters that follow this. If you're not familiar with using Regex, I recommend using this site, http://gskinner.com/RegExr/ It has been endlessly helpful to me in understanding how my regex is actually be evaluated.
I get following error using your regex example:
Error in the JQL Query: '\.' is an illegal JQL escape sequence. The valid escape sequences are \', \", \t, \n, \r, \\, '\ ' and \uXXXX.
Ah, my apologies. Try it without those \ characters, and see if the results are more in line with what you are expecting here, such as
fixVersion in versionMatch("V00.01.*")
Ok, turns out you need to also escape the escaping character. yay.
Please try this instead.
fixVersion in versionMatch("V00\\.01\\.")
If this does not work the way you would expect, please let me know specifically what fix versions are returned. I can't see how this could return an issue with a fixVersion value of V00.02 But I can see how your first query could have returned a value such as V00.012 since in regex the period will match any character unless you escape it.
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