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How can we find out - what are the sprint cycles(i,e based on sprint end or start date) planned in a specific month in JIRA Agile Project using using JQL Query ?
You'll probably need to write a custom scripted JQL function, if what you want is to query for issues whose sprints are in a given time frame. https://scriptrunner.adaptavist.com/latest/jira/jql-functions.html
Keep in mind, though, JQL queries return issues. If you want to get the Sprints themselves for some other purpose, you will probably need to return them from a REST endpoint or just the plain old Script Console.
However you decide to return the data, you'll also want to look at the guides on working with JIRA Software (formerly known as Agile, formerly known as Greenhopper). That will help you get the beans you need, like the SprintManager, so you can query for the sprints based on their date ranges. https://scriptrunner.adaptavist.com/latest/jira/plugins/working-with-jira-agile.html
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