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ScriptRunner strange behavior

Hi, 

I have field1 and fieild2 on my issue ticket.

I try to use the script runner to do a simple action that raises an error when the user edit field1 with value that higher then field2 with the next code:

if (getActionName() == null){ //check that we are on edit screen
def field1 = getFieldByName("Paid Assets/Apps")
def fieild2 = getFieldByName("Planned Assets/Apps")
if (field1.getValue() < fieild2.getValue())
{
fieild2.setError("fieild1 can not be lower than fieild2")
}
else {
fieild2.clearError()
}

 

Seems it works and the error raising - SOMETIMES.

When field1 = 100 field2 = 10 everything OK, but

when field1 = 100 field2 = 20 (or each another number without any consistent) the ERROR raised without any reason (field1 > field2 as it should)

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I get crazy from that unexplained BUG. 

Hope for help ! :)

 

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Hello,

What are the field types?

You can add logging to see the class of the returned values. Maybe it returns String or something like this:

if (getActionName() == null){ //check that we are on edit screen
def field1 = getFieldByName("Paid Assets/Apps")
def fieild2 = getFieldByName("Planned Assets/Apps")
log.error("field1.getValue(): ${field1.getValue().getClass()}")
log.error("field2.getValue(): ${field2.getValue().getClass()}")
if (field1.getValue() < fieild2.getValue())
{
fieild2.setError("fieild1 can not be lower than fieild2")
}
else {
fieild2.clearError()
}

Hi,

They're both 'Number Field'

You were right, the value that I get from those are 'String'
Thank you !

Did you find the class of each variable in the log file?

You are welcome!

Yes, they were String class, I had to parse them to Int for comparing.

@Daniel Juravski how did you parse the string value to Int in script runner behaviors?

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