This JQL function returns users by checking against their user properties that contain text values.
|This example returns all issues where the current assignee has a text property called country with a value equal to Germany.|
|This example returns all issues where the current reporter has a user text reporter called country with a value equal to usa ignoring the case. So even if the property was set to "USA" or "Usa", the function would count this as valid property value.|
This example returns all issues where the current reporter has a text property called department with a value equal to IT or HR.
When using the matches operator, the provided value must be a valid regex.
Parameters used in this function
|Parameter||Input (data type)||Description|
The name of the user property.
The operator used to compare the actual value with the expected value. Allowed operators are:
The value that will be used to check against the actual user property.
In case the operator is "matches" or "doesn't match", this value must be a regex.
This function returns a TEXT LIST
If you want to search for issues, checking only if a property is being set ignoring it's value, have a look the the usersWithProperty() function.
The result is not what you expected? The number of returned issues feels too low?
By default, the maximum number of issues that will be returned by the JQL subquery, and thus can be processed by the logical expression is 1000.
To ensure the performance of your entire Jira instance, we limit the execution of the JQL function in terms of issue count and execution time. Please refer to your admin if you need to change the configuration.