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Hi,

I need to create a 3 layer select list in which

1. the options in the second list depends on the values selected from first select list

2. The options in the third select list depends on the values selected from first and second select list

-Athira

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      If you have a valid Commercial License you will be able to get the JIRA source.

      Look at CascadingSelectCFType and see how it works for 2 layers, then extend that to 3 layers.

      1. Matt Doar [ServiceRocket]

        Mark,

        That's not the most helpful comment I''ve ever seen! I looked at that code before I wrote the MDSF plugin to do this and there's a number of things that cascading select fields just never really did - stattable, remote API etc.

        ~Matt

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      This might be a good starting point too - https://studio.plugins.atlassian.com/wiki/display/JMLCS/Multi+level+cascade+select It only works for v3, but some of the principles are the same (the main difference will be the searching)

      1. Nic Brough

        Ta, I didn't know about that.

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      Hi all.

      I need to hide the child level of a cascading select custom field in a screen in JIRA. It has to be available in other screens.

      Can anyone help ?

      1. Rambanam Prasad

        You can implement this by using JavaScript,

        which version of Jira ur using?

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      Hi, Rambanam

      Atlassian JIRA (v4.1.2#531) , but will upgrade to 4.4 soon. The license is commercial.

      Cheers, Tihomir

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