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Displaying a list of issues with any of the same labels as current issue

So JIRA has a built in panel for displaying issue links: however these links need to be manually created.

I'd like to use ScriptRunner's Web Panel fragment to generate the exact same type of table except that its results are populated by any/all issues that have any/all of the current issue's labels.

How can I do this?

2 answers

i know it is an old topic, but did you manage to solve it? if so can you help me out pls, i wanna get all issues with same labels and count them.

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  1. You'd probably use a Script Fragment
  2. With your script, use the Label Manager to get all labels for the [issue] object in question
  3. For these labels, you should probably execute a query to find all issues with said labels
  4. When you're returned a list of issues, you can render these in a table

OK, I think I have the basic starting point out, but I need to know how to:

1) Search for issues

2) Iterate through the results

 

import com.atlassian.jira.issue.Issue

def issue = context.issue as Issue

def key = issue.key
def summary = issue.summary
def labels = issue.getLabels()*.label

writer.write("<table class='aui'>" +
    "<thead>" +
        "<tr>" +
        "<th>Key</th>" +
        "<th>Summary</th>" +
        "<th>Labels</th>" +
        "</tr>" +
    "</thead>" +
    "<tbody>" +
        "<tr>" +
            "<td>" + key + "</td>" +
            "<td>" + summary + "</td>" +
            "<td>" + labels + "</td>" +
        "</tr>" +
    "</tbody>" +
"</table>")

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