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Example: Validation based on the value of a date type project property

Actually I've a validation in a transaction based on a projectProperty. The validation is this: 

 %{11312} >= projectProperty("finifacturacion") 

Where %{11312} is a selection date custom field and in the project I've defined the property: {finifacturacion=01/01/2015}. 

I would like to use the value of this property in the validation message. How can I do that? I have tried the following string but it does not work: 

No es posible modificar los datos de facturación. La fecha tope para hacerlo era el  + projectProperty("finifacturacion").

I have included parser function stringToDate(string_date, timezone). This function returns the numeric value for string containing a date-time value for a certain timezone. To implement your validation you should use Boolean validator with math, date-time or text-string terms with the following configuration:


Boolean expression used is: {11500} >= stringToDate(projectProperty("finifacturacion"), LOCAL)

Note that:

  • {11500}¬†is code for numeric value of certain¬†Date Picker¬†or¬†Date-Time Picker¬†custom field. This field code depends on each particular Jira instance.
  • In this example I have used timezone¬†LOCAL, since I suppose that the literal date-time value in project property¬†finifacturacion¬†should be interpreted in Jira server's local timezone configuration.
  • Valid string date-time formats for project properties are:¬†yyyy/MM/dd HH:mm,¬†yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm,¬†yyyy/MM/dd¬†and¬†yyyy-MM-dd, also formats relative to current time like in JQL queries: "w" (weeks), "d" (days), "h" (hours) or "m" (minutes), or format defined at property system¬†jira.date.time.picker.java.format. In your particular case, you should write your project property like this:¬†{finifacturacion=2015/01/01}


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