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How to query Summary for EXACT match?

Sio I want an exact match when using the contains operator in a JQL query. 

 

key = TEST-36 AND summary ~ "__SPU__"

 

However this seems to return anything with SPU also regardless of capitalization!

 

How to get an exact match?

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Thomas Schlegel Community Leader May 18, 2017

Hi Timothy,

this is not possible with current Jira versions. There is an open issue for that: 

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRASERVER-21372

Maybe you want to vote for it.

sigh...

OK, well since I am calling it from script runner then I can use a regex to make sure it matches. 

 

But it is really irritating that the issue referenced has been open for 7 years. This should be supported by JQL :-(

 

Thanks for the reply!

I have the exact requirement. Timothy, can you please elaborate on "calling it from script runner".

 

Thanks,

I love how this entire community is filled with posts that describe an issue, and they are all "solved" with the solution being "you can't do that".

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seems like escape quotes work. summary ~ \"XYZ\"

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Hello everyone,

scriptrunner JQL function helped me solving that issue

issueFunction in issueFieldExactMatch(subquery, fieldname, regexp)

took from here

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRASERVER-21372?focusedCommentId=2619612&page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:comment-tabpanel#comment-2619612

Hello thank you solved for me !

@Julian from AF

I have been reading documentation for days now trying to get scriptrunner setup. Any advice to help me get it working?

Hi @Joshua Hopkins ,

Yes see my screenshot :

image.png

In my case i use it in Jira Automation and it's working fine. 

To help you, you can use the website https://regex101.com/ to construct your regex if you need more than an exact match. To have an exact match, just put your text between ^and $ as shown but with regex101.com you can construct more precise.
image.pngimage.png

Is it clear for you? 

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