Agile filter define all human logic..

I am working on a JQL query that shows all open issues in a project, and closed issues that were resolved the last 15 days. I state my query like this:

(project = "PROJECTX" AND resolution = Unresolved) OR (project = "PROJECTX" and (resolution = Done and resolved < 15d )) ORDER BY Rank ASC

However it still lists issues in PROJECTX that was closed for months.. Banged my head on this one for a while, can anyone see what i am doing wrong here?

 

Kind regards

Jonas

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Hi Jonas,

The resolved filter criteria should be "> -15d", so your filter should look like this:

(project = "PROJECTX" AND resolution = Unresolved) OR (project = "PROJECTX" and (resolution = Done and resolved &gt; -15d )) ORDER BY Rank ASC

See the documentation and examples here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirasoftwarecloud/advanced-searching-fields-reference-764478339.html#Advancedsearching-fieldsreference-ResolvedResolutionDateresolutionDateResolved.

Thank you, that worked like a charm. smile Upvoted, set as a solution. Pet yourself on the back. smile

Hi Jonas,

That issue was closed with what resolution value?

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