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Can I get a query for fixversion and it's release date

I want a report which list all issues for a given project with fix version and it's release date.

This will help management to identify what is the release date if its released else planned release date

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Alex Koxaras _Relational_
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Sep 22, 2021

Hi @Jiralearner and welcome to the community!

Advanced issue search will only yield issues and the issue fields you select. Having said that, the release date of a version is not part of an issue. Therefore on the search there is no Version Release Date field which you can add.

However, a workaround would be to create a custom Date field, to which you will store the release date of a version to all the issues being released. If you use the API on an issue, you will get a similar response to the following:

"fixVersions": [{
"self": "",
"id": "10005",
"description": "",
"name": "1.1",
"archived": false,
"released": true,
"releaseDate": "2021-09-22"}

I would use an automation to send a web request and get this value. Then I would store this value to the custom field of all issues with the released version. Then my JQL would be something like:

fixVersion = Your_Version_Name

And I would simply add the column of the custom field to my results.

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