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JIRA - how to subcribe to a filter with 30 minute incremental


Can you subscribe to a filter say from 10am to 1:30pm?  

Thanks in advance.


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Hi @julio valdez ,

Is your incremental subscription querying the most recently updated Issue?


  • 10:30 subscription increments from 10:00-10:30
  • 11:00 subscription increments of 10:30-11:00
  • And so on

@Ollie Guan_携程_ the two filter I need to throttle currently are set from 10am to 12noon mon -fri.  Ideally, from 10am - 11:30am is best.

The second filter is set from 1pm - 5pm mon-fri.  Ideally, from 1:30pm to 4pm is best.


What I need the filter to be configured as is to run every 15 minutes from 10am to 11:30am Mon-Fri.

Is the below correct?

0 0/15 10-11 * 1-5 ?


I also need to a cron job to update every 15 minutes from 1pm - 4:30pm Mon-Fri.

Thanks in advance.

Bah, it saved before I was ready

0 0/15 10-11 ? * MON-FRI

seconds 0

minutes 0/15  (every 15 min starting at 0 min

hours 10-11 (hour starting with 10 or 11)

Day of month  ? (ignore day of month)

Month *

Day of Week  MON-FRI


Would be closest, though you you get one at 11:45 with this expression. If you really needed to exclude 11:45 it gets a lot more complicated. 

For 1 to 4:30, replace 10-11 with 13-16. Same note about 4:45 though.


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You can use a cron expression to specify the delivery times

So for your example

0 0/30 10-13 * * ?

would work. 

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