Hide/Show Field based on the value of the other field


Good day,


I'm tryingto hide fields based on the value of another field.


Below is my code and it's not doing anything.


import com.onresolve.jira.groovy.user.FormField

FormField dropDown = getFieldById("customfield_10306")
FormField fconditionA = getFieldById("customfield_10510")
FormField conditionB = getFieldById("customfield_10515")

if (dropDownValue.getFormValue() == "High")

{ //Yes


f conditionA.setHidden(true)


Jira Service Desk 3.6.1

ScriptRunner 5.1.6


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You have some of your variables miss-named in the code you provided. I fixed that for you here:

def dropDown = getFieldById("customfield_10306")
def fconditionA = getFieldById("customfield_10510")
def conditionB = getFieldById("customfield_10515")

if (dropDown.getFormValue() == "High")
{ //Yes

You also shouldn't need to import FormField, assuming your doing this on a behaviour. Try using the code above as a behaviour on an initializer and let me know your results. If it still isn't working, please send me a screenshot of your behaviour. Also, if you have any questions please let me know!


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