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This page describes the search syntax to find requirements in Confluence. Requirement Yogi provides a search screen in every space.
By default, only active requirements of the current space are displayed. Use the URL to display deleted requirements or to search across spaces.
Note: All those examples require Requirement Yogi 1.3.
|Key||key = 'IG-1'||The requirement with the exact key.|
|key ~ 'IG-%'||All requirements starting with 'IG-'.|
|Contents||text ~ '% something'||All requirements whose text ends with 'something'.|
|Pages||page = '467382'||All requirements defined on the page with ID 467382 (Does not include dependencies)|
|page ~ '467382'||All requirements defined or linked on the page.|
|Issues||jira = 'JRA-21'||All requirements linked from the issue JRA-21.|
|jira@implements = 'JRA-21'||All requirements linked from the issue JRA-21 with the relationship "Implements" (since version 1.5)|
|NOT (jira ~ '%')||Requirements which are not linked to any JIRA issue.|
|Properties||@Category = 'Functional'||All requirements where the property 'Category' = 'Functional'.|
|Dependencies||TO = 'REQ-001'||Requirements which reference REQ-001.|
|FROM = 'REQ-001'||Requirements which are referenced by REQ-001.|
|FROM ~ 'REQ-%'||Requirements which are referenced by any requirement starting with "REQ-".|
|FROM@refines = 'REQ-001'||Requirements which are "refined" by REQ-001.|
Requirements which have been modified since the baseline '7' of the current space. It works both
with the baseline number and with the baseline name.
|Excel||excel = '48496653'||All requirements imported from the Excel attachment with ID 48496653 (since version 2.0)|
|excel ~ '%'||All requirements imported from an Excel file.|
|AND, OR, NOT||Boolean operators|
|~ '...%...'||Soft equality. Use % in the string as a wildcard.|
|@...||Reference to a property of the requirement (if you've defined requirements in columns).|
|key = ...||The key of the requirement. Keys are unique per space.|
|spaceKey = ...||The space key of the requirement (case sensitive).|
|baseline = ...|
The baseline name or number. All statuses are implicitly included.
Quotes were required before version 2.4: baseline = '1'
|status = ...|
The status of the requirement (ACTIVE, DELETED, MOVED). Default: ACTIVE. There is generally no reason to use it, since those statuses are internal details about requirements. You would rather define your own property named "Status", and search them using @status = 'Approved' for example. Do not confuse "status" (our internal implementation detail) and "@status" (any user-defined property).
|text = ...||The contents of the requirement (Does not include the properties).|
|page = ...||The ID of a page linked to the requirement.|
|jira = ...||A JIRA issue linked to the requirement.|
|jira@relationship = ...||A JIRA issue linked with a specific relationship|
|@aproperty = ...||A property with name "aproperty"|
to@arelationship = ...
from@arelationship = ...
|A dependency with the relationship "arelationship".|
|excel = ...||The ID of the attachment were those requirements are defined.|
Formatting, lists of properties, etc.
Since Release 2.4 - Improvements to the search, we support emoticons such as etc. ! We also support lists! How does it work?
- We save the rendered format in HTML,
- We save the searchable format separately.
Thanks to this, you can search with:
- @property = '(/)' → Searches for the emoticon
- @property = 'item1' → Searches for a property which has the item "item1" in the list. Note that the list may also have "item2", "item3", etc.
- @property = user('admin') → Searches for the mention of the user 'admin' or the user key 'admin' (the second one will be stable over time, even if the username changes).
What about JQL in Jira?
See JQL Syntax.