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behaviour/script to show error massage based on Components chosen

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Looking for behaviour script to show error massage based on Component chosen

say if Components contains abc or xyz then show/set error msg on the Components field to guide user with appropriate massage.

 

 

Trying below script but not working..

 

import com.atlassian.jira.issue.Issue
import com.atlassian.jira.bc.project.component.ProjectComponent
import com.onresolve.jira.groovy.user.FormField
import static com.atlassian.jira.issue.IssueFieldConstants.COMPONENTS
 
Issue currentIssue = underlyingIssue
FormField componentsField = getFieldById(COMPONENTS)
def componentValue = currentIssue.getComponents()
if(componentValue*.name?.contains("abc") || componentValue*.name?.contains("xyz"))
{
 componentsField.setError("For these components create issue in Yoda Project")   
}
else {
    componentsField.clearError()
}

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Behaviour scripts are inherently not designed for interacting with issue object.

You are mostly interacting with the form (hence the class name FormField).

You would rarely need to use the issue object. Only if you want to compare the existing object values against what the user has in the form.

That being said, try this script:

def componentsField = getFieldById(fieldChanged)
componentsField.clearError()
if(componentsField.value){
def restictedComponents = ['abc', 'xyz']
def restrictedComponentSelected = restictedComponents.any{componentNamePart->
componentsField.value.any{it.name.toLowerCase().contains(componentNamePart)}
}
if(restrictedComponentSelected ){
componentsField.setError("For these components create issue in Yoda Project: $restrictedComponents") 
}
}

Put this in the components field server-side script.
No imports needed

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