This JQL function returns users by checking against their user properties that contain numeric values.
This example returns all issues where the current assignee has a user property called dailyTasks with a value greater than 4.
This example returns all issues where the reporter has a user property called remainingHolidays with a value greater than 15.
Parameters used in this function
|Parameter||Input (data type)||Description|
|The name of an user property containing a numeric value.|
The operator used to compare the actual value with the expected value. Allowed operators are:
|The number to be compared with the value stored in the user property.|
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.