issueFieldMatch for a custom dropdown field does not return results.

I like to use issueFieldMatch for searching on standard and custom fields.

Search works on the "status" field using "issueFunction in issueFieldMatch("", status, Aborted)".

Instead of using the status field I have tried to use the custom dropdown field "product".

Here are two queries I have tried:

1) works / return results:

issueFunction in issueFieldMatch('product = "xqz"', "status" , "")

2) does not work / not return any results:

issueFunction in issueFieldMatch('', product , 'xyz')

Both queries should return same results.

Please let me know if there are any limitatons or if search (2) is correct

Kind regards Lars

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It depends what the indexed value is for a select list... I will take a look later and let you know.

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Worked fine for me. I take it that in your example, you did actually put the same names in? In your example they are different.

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