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Group issues into structure using scriptrunner

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Hello,

I need to add multiple generator in my script,

like insert JQL query , group by, sort 

I am able to execute Insert JQL query but same method is not working for group by.

Please give us some your valuable suggestions.

Thanks

1 answer

Hi @Jaspreet Kaur 

It depends on what kind of grouping you need to do. Please, check CoreStructureGenerators and CoreGeneratorParameters in our Java doc.

Regards,
Egor Tasa

ALM Works

Thanks @Egor Tasa [ALM Works] , I want to group issues using "group  by Phase", i didn't find any appropriate function for the same.

Hi Jaspreet,

Is Phase a text field or version or other field?

Regards,
Egor

Hi Egor,

Phase is a text field.

//def params = [(CoreGeneratorParameters.FIELD_ID): Phase] as Map
def grouperId = generatorManager.createGenerator(CoreStructureGenerators.GROUPER_FIELD,Phase,structureId)
def generatorItem1 = CoreIdentities.generator(grouperId)
def forestSource1 = forestService.getForestSource(ForestSpec.structure(structureId))
forestSource1.apply(new ForestAction.Add(generatorItem1, 0, 0, 0)

 

I am trying to do this way, but it is not worked.

Hi Jaspreet,

You'll need to use  GROUPER_TEXT instead of GROUPER_FIELD, otherwise, it looks fine to me.

Regards,
Egor

Hello @Egor Tasa [ALM Works] ,

I did the same but it didn't given me appropriate result.

final fieldId = customFieldManager.getCustomFieldObjectByName("Phase")

def para = [(CoreGeneratorParameters.FIELD_ID):"Phase"] as Map
def grouperId = generatorManager.createGenerator(CoreStructureGenerators.GROUPER_TEXT, para, structureId)
def gen = CoreIdentities.generator(grouperId)
def fore = forestService.getForestSource(ForestSpec.structure(structureId))
fore.apply(new ForestAction.Add(gen,0,0,0))

 

Expected OUTPUT: Group by Phase: and all issue should moves to their respective phases

 

Above Code gives below output:JiraStructureissue.PNG

Hi Jaspreet,

Grouping by text field is done by Group by Attribute and text field as a parameter. But maybe I am missing something, let me consult with developers.

Regards,
Egor

Apparently, parameters are the problem, for a text field these should be:


"attribute": {
"id": "customfield",
"params": {
"fieldId": CUSTOM_FIELD_ID
}
}

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