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Configure the Data Filter

You can use data filters to fetch specific data of a particular object. The Data Synchronization task processes the data based on the filter field assigned to the object.
  1. 1. In the data synchronization task, select Data Filters tab.
  2. The Data Filters tab appears.
  3. 2. Click New.
  4. The image displays the Data Filter tab, you need to select the New option.
  5. The Data Filter dialog box appears.
  6. The image displays the Data Filter dialogue box, you need to fill the fields to filter data.
  7. 3. Specify the following details:
  8. Field Type
    Description
    Object
    Object for which you want to assign filter fields.
    Filter By
    Lists all filter fields. Select the filter field.
    Operator
    Functional operator. Select the corresponding operator.
    Filter Value
    Specific filter value. Enter the filter value.
  9. 4. Click OK.

Rules and Guidelines for Data Filters

Consider the following rules and guidelines to configure data filters when you use JIRA Connector:
  1. 1. You can filter only those fields that the JIRA REST APIs support.
  2. 2. Data Filters does not filter the array data type fields.
  3. 3. In basic filters, encode the special characters in the search string with relevant JIRA escape sequences.
  4. 4. You cannot filter the project field. It is automatically embedded in the query based on the selected source object.
  5. 5. Basic filter has time zone support for all datetime fields. You can select the time zone on the Connections page.
  6. Note: If an existing task has datetime fields in a filter, JIRA Connector applies the default time zone for the datetime fields. If you change the time zone in the Connections page, refresh the existing tasks to update the time zone.
  7. 6. You can use all the filter fields that are available in JIRA. You also have the option of creating custom fields in your JIRA application.