When adding a javascript clause containing a string starting with the caret (^) field (for example, javascript:^123 or javascript:'^123'), the script evaluates the string as NULL.


Steps to Reproduce


  1. Navigate to Incident > All.
  2. Open filters.
  3. Set [Short description] [contains] [javascript:^123].
  4. Click Run.
    Notice that javascript evaluates to NULL.


This is expected behaviour and a known limitation. Typically, another caret is used to escape a caret, but the combination of it with the colon (:^^123 vs ^^123) can not be handled.

Related Problem: PRB667212

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Fuji Patch 11

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Last Updated:2018-03-01 05:31:09