We have the latest version of the ScriptRunner plugin (2.1-BETA-8) and started using it for custom validation - works very nice, thanks!
However, we have an issue with the inSprint() function: Although correct board and sprint are specified as parameters, the function returns no results, even though there are issues in the sprint.
Any ideas what might be going wrong?
First of all - thanks for your prompt reply!
Yes - both are specified by name - like this:
issueFunction in inSprint("Board-name", "Sprint-name")
where Board-name and Sprint-name are replaced with their real values.
However, the reason might be that we were having a custom field named "Sprint" already before start using Green Hopper. So now, the Green Hopper sprint field is named "Sprint_GH", while our previous sprint field is named "Sprint" ...
Maybe this is the source of the trouble?
If the above is indeed the case, would it be possible to base the queries in the Script Runner plugin code on field ID, instead on the field name? I guess other people / companies might run into similar issues ...
Update on the issue: I have renamed our internal "sprint" field to something else ("Sprint_int") and then renamed the Green Hopper sprint field to its default name - "Sprint".
This solved the issue.
Still, as we have many queries in Confluence which reference the old "Sprint" field, having a possibility to use the Field ID, instead its name would be appreciated.
Not long, just when I have something else worthwhile to add to the release. You can get a snapshot version with this fix from here https://jamieechlin.atlassian.net/wiki/download/attachments/1212421/groovyrunner-2.1-BETA-9-SNAPSHOT.jar?api=v2
Hrm... you specified the board and sprint by name, right?
Do you have more than one custom field called Sprint?
What is the query that the board in question uses (Tools -> Configure).
We might need to discuss this off this list because I may need more info from you.
Also - what DBMS are you using? And can you check the log for errors...
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