Known Indirect Subclasses
An interface that can be implemented by a custom field type. By implementing this interface a custom field type lets JIRA 'know' that it can potentially be used as a 'Group Selector'. JIRA then uses this field in places where a group selector can be shown. For example:
GroupCFSecurity type uses a custom field of type 'Group Selector' to grant permissions.
InGroupCFConditionuses a custom field of type 'Group Selector' to determine if a user is allowed to execute a workflow transition.
A Group Selector is any field that can return a Group or a group name (String) as its value.
CustomFieldType implements this interface it should return values as objects of one of the following
For example, a Multi Select custom field is a Group Selector as the values it returns are a Collection of Strings. These strings must represent group names. It is up to JIRA Administrator to ensure that the when the Multi Select custom field's options are defined, that all of them map exactly to a group name.
This method should be implemented in your custom type to return a Query.
This method should be implemented in your custom type to return a Query. Generally you should return a TermQuery
in the form of
fieldName:groupName. However some custom fields, such as (@Link SelectCFType)
manipulate the field identifiers and values before storing in the index. In cases like this you will have to
implement the method such that it searches the correct fields.
|fieldID||the id of the custom field|
|groupName||the name of the group to filter on|