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Add-on for JIRA: How to add multiple fields to initial JQL_Query?

Path Finder

Hi,

I'm attempting to use a standard JQL_Query to filter my JIRA issues down by project and summary before performing any sort of action on them in Splunk, but Splunk only seems to recognize the initial field I enter.

For example, in the following query I get results filtered by Summary but not Project:
|jirarest jqlsearch Summary~"Exercise" AND Project=Support

Do I have the syntax wrong? How can I properly constrain my search from within Splunk?

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Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Great question! The issue is how you are querying. To the JIRA command

|jirarest jqlsearch Summary~"Exercise" AND Project=Support

Is interpreted as Summary~"Exercise" being the totality of arguments passed. In order for the query to work, I would suggest using single quotes for criteria within double quotes for the whole argument. Something like this.

|jirarest jqlsearch "Summary~'Exercise' AND Project='Support' "

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Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Great question! The issue is how you are querying. To the JIRA command

|jirarest jqlsearch Summary~"Exercise" AND Project=Support

Is interpreted as Summary~"Exercise" being the totality of arguments passed. In order for the query to work, I would suggest using single quotes for criteria within double quotes for the whole argument. Something like this.

|jirarest jqlsearch "Summary~'Exercise' AND Project='Support' "

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Path Finder

Worked perfectly. Thanks!

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