I'm having trouble creating a condition for a certain issue key which does not exist. If the project ("CHANGE" in this case) exists, the JQL is not valid:
But if the project does not exist, it is valid:
Any solution to this?
I'm trying to link issues based on the description. E.g. if the desciption contains [A-Z]+-[0-9]+, it should automatically link this issue. But this is producing errors from time to time, because the issue key may not exist (e.g. COVID-19). To suppress the errors, I'd like to check if the issue exists before linking it.
I found this example from Andreas Knecht.
It does exactly the same and generates errors if
I completely agree that rules that generate errors are bad rules but perhaps this is how it should work. It's a quite simple rule and you could turn off the error messages.
If this solution is unsatisfactory you should ask Andreas how they handle that.
Pre-receive hooks that verify the Git commit message, the modified files, and implement similar code change controls used to be requirements of large enterprises working in regulated industries only....
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