Filtering by issue subject with wildcard
If I'm right it is not possible to filter issues by subject with a wildcard. This could be very useful, maybe by using "*" character.
Updated by Dipan Mehta about 10 years ago
+1. This would be great to have.
Updated by David Rahusen about 9 years ago
I am wondering this is not yet possible... :-(
Updated by Philipp Kroll over 8 years ago
I'm also interested in this feature.
Updated by Jos Groot Lipman over 8 years ago
There is an undocumented way to do it. You can add these parameters to the URL:
f=subject &op[subject]=~ &v[subject]=texttofind
All properly url-encoded this becomes:
I found this by creating a search-query in the GUI and examining the URL that was generated for that.
Again: this is undocumented and may change without notice in a future version but it solved my problem.
Updated by Matthias Schelling almost 8 years ago
can confirm the solution by Jos Groot Lipman is working, looking for a documented way though...
Updated by JW Fuchs over 6 years ago
+1 for this to be implemented as a regular functionality.
Updated by Stéphane Lavergne over 4 years ago
Not sure when it appeared, but the direct prefix form of the
~ operator example in note 4 works for me in Redmine 3.4.1:
…so I suppose this issue can be closed?
Updated by Stéphane Frath over 3 years ago
For anyone looking for an answer: the % character works as wildcard in the subject text field
Tested on Redmine 4.0.4
Updated by Go MAEDA over 3 years ago
- Related to Defect #19786: '%' and '_' are treated as SQL wildcards in issue filter added
Updated by Go MAEDA almost 2 years ago
- Related to Feature #35073: Escape values in LIKE statements to prevent injection of placeholders (_ or %) added