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Is it possible to get the Start/End date of a release via JQL?

Hey y'all,


Due to Next Gen Jira's reporting being extraordinary insufficient we've had to build our own reporting utilizing the API. One of the most important pieces of data is the Start and End date of a given release. Is there a way to get that data via JQL? I can't see a way which seems... crazy, but, hey, it's Jira.

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Nikki Zavadska _Appfire_
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Apr 09, 2020

Hi, unfortunately, you can't JQL version itself, only issues but you can use Get project version API to get these piece of information


What kind of release reports are you looking for?

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