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Enumeration: JiraJqlOperator

graphql-types.JiraJqlOperator

The types of JQL operators supported by Jira.

An operator in JQL is one or more symbols or words,which compares the value of a field on its left with one or more values (or functions) on its right, such that only true results are retrieved by the clause.

For more information on JQL operators please visit: https://support.atlassian.com/jira-software-cloud/docs/advanced-search-reference-jql-operators.

Enumeration members

Changed

Changed = "CHANGED"

The CHANGED operator is used to find issues that have a value that had changed for the specified field.

Defined in

graphql-types.ts:9979


Contains

Contains = "CONTAINS"

The CHANGED operator is used to find issues that have a value that had changed for the specified field.

Defined in

graphql-types.ts:9981


Equals

Equals = "EQUALS"

The = operator is used to search for issues where the value of the specified field exactly matches the specified value.

Defined in

graphql-types.ts:9983


GreaterThan

GreaterThan = "GREATER_THAN"

The > operator is used to search for issues where the value of the specified field is greater than the specified value.

Defined in

graphql-types.ts:9985


GreaterThanOrEqual

GreaterThanOrEqual = "GREATER_THAN_OR_EQUAL"

The >= operator is used to search for issues where the value of the specified field is greater than or equal to the specified value.

Defined in

graphql-types.ts:9987


In

In = "IN"

The IN operator is used to search for issues where the value of the specified field is one of multiple specified values.

Defined in

graphql-types.ts:9989


Is

Is = "IS"

The IS operator can only be used with EMPTY or NULL. That is, it is used to search for issues where the specified field has no value.

Defined in

graphql-types.ts:9991


IsNot

IsNot = "IS_NOT"

The IS NOT operator can only be used with EMPTY or NULL. That is, it is used to search for issues where the specified field has a value.

Defined in

graphql-types.ts:9993


LessThan

LessThan = "LESS_THAN"

The < operator is used to search for issues where the value of the specified field is less than the specified value.

Defined in

graphql-types.ts:9995


LessThanOrEqual

LessThanOrEqual = "LESS_THAN_OR_EQUAL"

The <= operator is used to search for issues where the value of the specified field is less than or equal to than the specified value.

Defined in

graphql-types.ts:9997


NotContains

NotContains = "NOT_CONTAINS"

The !~ operator is used to search for issues where the value of the specified field is not a "fuzzy" match for the specified value.

Defined in

graphql-types.ts:9999


NotEquals

NotEquals = "NOT_EQUALS"

The != operator is used to search for issues where the value of the specified field does not match the specified value.

Defined in

graphql-types.ts:10001


NotIn

NotIn = "NOT_IN"

The NOT IN operator is used to search for issues where the value of the specified field is not one of multiple specified values.

Defined in

graphql-types.ts:10003


Was

Was = "WAS"

The WAS operator is used to find issues that currently have or previously had the specified value for the specified field.

Defined in

graphql-types.ts:10005


WasIn

WasIn = "WAS_IN"

The WAS IN operator is used to find issues that currently have or previously had any of multiple specified values for the specified field.

Defined in

graphql-types.ts:10007


WasNot

WasNot = "WAS_NOT"

The WAS NOT operator is used to find issues that have never had the specified value for the specified field.

Defined in

graphql-types.ts:10009


WasNotIn

WasNotIn = "WAS_NOT_IN"

The WAS NOT IN operator is used to search for issues where the value of the specified field has never been one of multiple specified values.

Defined in

graphql-types.ts:10011

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