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What date-format to use in issueFunction expression?

Hi

I've tried several different date-formats in the following filter with no luck.
Any advise?

issueFunction in expression("resolution = Unresolved", "today+remainingestimate > 2017-05-01")

 

Adding a custom date field is very impractical, I would have to update all potential issues with the specific date. (but it returns the expected resultset).

issueFunction in expression("resolution = Unresolved", "today+remainingestimate > myCFdate")

 br

/David Jansson

2 answers

1 vote

One workaround might be to have one of your JIRA admins add a scripted field that calculates the current date plus the remaining estimate and returns a date. Then you could use dateCompare.

The scripted field would have code along the lines of

import groovy.time.TimeCategory

def today = new Date()
def remainingEstimate = issue.getEstimate()
def calculatedDate
use (TimeCategory) {
    calculatedDate = today + remainingEstimate.milliseconds
}
return calculatedDate

Then the JQL would be

issueFunction in dateCompare("resolution = Unresolved", "'Current date plus resolution scripted field' > 2017-05-01")

Just replace 'Current date plus resolution scripted field' with the actual name of your scripted field.

Make sure to use a datetime searcher and template when setting up your script field.

0 votes

Hi David,

 

Unfortunately what you are trying to do is not really possible at the moment. 

Please refer to your Adaptavist support ticket for more information.

 

Thanks

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