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Hi, we're using Insight to connect to an Active Directory and read all users details, in a schema named "Users AD". We also have a custom field in JSD named "Reporter details", which links the Insight object from schema "Users AD".
One of these details we read are "title" and "description".
We need to have a filter for priority tickets opened by Managers.
So, we have the following JQL:
project = DVCOR AND cf in iqlFunction("Users AD", "title like \"Manager\"")
However, nothing is shown, even though there are several tickets created by users who are Managers indeed.
Any hint or idea why is this not working? should be pretty straightforward...
Can you try:
project = DVCOR AND cf in iqlFunction("objectType=\"UserObjectType\" AND title like Manager")
Please replace UserObjectType with the corresponding objectType you use to populate the CF with.
Note that both Attribute Name and Attribute Value are case sensitive.
Hi @Yinon Negev
Insight created a lot of "object types", one per OU. I tried with the OU the user Gerente belongs to, but again, no results:
project = DVCOR AND cf in iqlFunction("objectType=\"GTD Teleductos\" AND title like Manager")
And GTD Teleductos is the right name:
Name GTD Teleductos
Can you try by removing the IQL Filter Scope in the CF configuration, and adding it to the Filter Issue Scope in the same configuration, using AND?
Actually the provider came up with the solution:
project = DVCOR AND cf in iqlFunction(title like Manager)
So I guess... i'd appreciate some confirmation/explanation... I guess the customField somehow defines the ObjectType(s) since that cf points to an schema of Active Directory Users, where each different OU in the AD domain is a different ObjectType...