JQL Search Toolkit

for Jira Server 7.0.0 - 7.3.9 and more
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Enhance Jira JQL with Java regex. Use regex to refine standard & custom fields, linked issues, partial words searches and more

Partial words, linked issues, comments and more

Search with JQL or saved filter to find out comments, reporters, dates expressions and more.

Increase Jira Search Capabilities

Reduce JQL search scope by adding subqueries and multiple values comma seperated

Java Regular Expression Syntax

Use wildcards, search for partial words, system & custom fields. Use regex to compare issues and report the dates of these issues resolutions, updates, dues.

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JQL Search Toolkit Functions

JQL REGEX FUNCTIONS FOR STANDARD & CUSTOM FIELDS

  • issueFieldRegex("summary",".*(scan).*")
  • issueFieldRegex("customfield_10001",".*(scan).*")

JQL REGEX FUNCTIONS FOR PARTIAL WORDS

  • issue in issueFieldRegex(““, “summary, description, customfield_10005”, “.*UI$”) - issues where summary, description or customfield_10005 ends with “UI”

JQL REGEX FUNCTIONS FOR DATES

  • issue in compareDates(“project=Sandbox“, “due<=resolutiondate”) - tickets in Sandbox, where due date is less or equal to resolution date

JQL REGEX FUNCTIONS FOR COMMENTS

  • issue in commentedByUser(“project=Sandbox“, “john, mike, donald”) - issues from project “Sandbox” where one user from “john, mike, donald” has made any comment.

JQL REGEX FUNCTIONS FOR LINKED ISSUES

  • issue in allLinkedIssuesForJQL(“blocks”) - search issues which consist of “blocks” link.

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