Here's my situation:
We have Sprints containing stories which correspond to various release versions. Example Sprint 5(current) contains stories for v2.0, v3.0. Sprint 6 (future) contains v2.0, v3.0 stories too.
Now the focus is on monitoring releases so we know when it goes out the door.
I want to be able to get release report broken down by sprints so that i know where release v2.0 stands and how long before it will get released, for example. Currently it will give me something like "5 in progress, 15 done and 50 to-do's". I want the release report to tell me which of these items are in which sprints so i can predict how many more sprints before the release happens.
I can't seem to accomplish this in JIRA as of today. The JQL for current "release report" will help as will a way to get this exact info.
We use JIRA 7.9 server version.
The Release Burndown report will show the actual sprints completed and estimated number of sprints remaining for a specific FixVersion.
So, even if you have issues assigned to different FixVersions within the same sprint, the Release Burndown will separate these issues, according to the FixVersion.
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