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    Custom fields that lets the user select issue(s) from a predefined JQL query

    Custom fields that lets the user select issue(s) from a predefined JQL query

    Custom fields to select issue(s) from a JQL query

    Multiple Field Types

    Dynamic JQL with Custom Display Patterns

    "JQL Issue Selector" plug-in allows you to create custom fields that runs a JQL query and lets the user pick issue(s) from the results of that JQL query.

    You can create fields from a collection of different field types including list selector, dropdown selector and label selector types. Single and multi selectors are supported for each.

    Dynamic JQL queries can be created using field values from the issue. You can create JQL queries that returns different results for the issue it's running on. You can also configure how options are displayed in the list.

    More details

    JQL Issue Selector allows you to run a predefined JQL query and use the results as the options of a custom field. This gives you the ability to represent any business entity as a JIRA issue and use it on other JIRA issues.

    A predefined JQL query means more control: Instead of linking JIRA issues, you present applicable options to the user as a custom field (and even make it a required field).

    Multiple field types are supported: You can define a list field, a dropdown field or a label select field. Each with support for single or multi select.

    The differentiating feature of JIS is the "Dynamic JQL" feature which lets you take parameters of your JQL from other field values on your issue. This means the field can behave different for each issue. You can create dynamic fields like:

    • Subtasks of this issue.
    • Tasks assigned to assignee of current issue
    • Bugs in the same project or some specific project
    • Issues updated after this issue is created

    The View and Value patterns are also customizable.

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    by Chander on 2016-08-11
    I was wondering if you are planning on Related Field concept here and also for JQL Issue Dropdown Selector (Single Select), can we expect issue linking, right now it just shows as text rather it would be great if we have like a hyperlink feature to related issues
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    by PJ on 2016-05-25
    Thanks for the reply. I believe if you are providing a non-free plugin, it should provide more features that a similar free plugin. After months of test, it seems that Query Issues Custom Fields plugin does all you offer plus 1) it's searchable 2) you can define default values. The question is: why should users pay for this plugin, if they can have another one for free with more functionalities?
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    OBSS

    Hello PJ,

    You are right, default values are not supported yet but it is definitely in our short term roadmap. JIS 1.3 was a major renovation and we will continue to improve the plugin.

    JIS does support searching by display value but please be advised; since this is a text search you have to use exact words or wildcards, just like other text fields. Better search options is also in our short term roadmap.

    Finally, we are well aware of similar plugins in the marketplace and we admire them. They proved themselves to be useful also for us many times in the past. The main differentiator for JIS is the ability to define dynamic queries. That means you can define placeholders in your JQL and fill them with field values on the issue. This gives you the ability to change the available dropdown options for each individual issue. You can define a field that lists bugs assigned to the assignee of the current issue or you can define a field that selects from issues created before the current issue. The same field, works different for different issues. We believe this to be very powerful.

    Thank you again for your interest in our plugin. We will be happy to receive all kinds of feedback and real-life use cases. Please do not hesitate to contact us from plugin@obss.com.tr

    EmreT

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    Versions

    Version 1.3.1 JIRA Server 6.0 - 7.1.10 Released 2016-06-07

    Summary

    Hot Fix

    Installation

    1. Log into your JIRA instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate JQL Issue Select via search. The appropriate add-on version appears in the search results.
    5. Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for JQL Issue Select. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. JQL Issue Select begins to download.
    6. Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
    7. Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your JIRA instance.

    To find older JQL Issue Select versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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