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From Adrian Tarau <adrian.ta...@intellisoftsystems.com>
Subject Re: [jira] Evaluating Strings (regular expressions / string comparison)
Date Thu, 02 Oct 2008 14:13:07 GMT
Why regular expressions?

Just populate a set ($component) with selected options and  do
#if ($component.contains("XXX"))
    #doSomenting
#end
acowart wrote:
> I created a multi-select list as a release note field in JIRA.
>
> The different options are:
> Base
> Dispatch
> Domain Manager
> Installer
> Mobile
>
> I am now trying to write IF statements to find if each of the of the options
> are selected.
>
> So I am trying to write a regular expression to evaluate what is selected in
> the multi-select.
>
> Currently, I put all of the data from the multi-select custom field for an
> issue into the a variable, $Component. This means the value of $Component
> will be something like [Dispatch, Domain Manager, Installer]
>
> The code that I am trying to figure out how to write is something like:
>
> #if ("$Component" like "Domain Manager")
>
> Does anyone know a way to do this type of string comparison on a variable?
> Or a way to use regular expressions in an if statement when validating a
> string variable.
>
> Thanks.
>
> AC 
>   


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