Using JQL to get versions which are not archieved

Hello,

I want to receive a list with JQL with defects which are not archieved. My current query looks like the following:

affectedVersion in (A, B, C , D) and issuetype = 1

is there any possibility to exclude archieved version from the list with any JQL function?

 

Kind regards,

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I don't know any JQL for that. You would have to make your own JQL function using ScriptRunner.

I'd use SQL for that instead. Example in MySQL:

SELECT ji.`ID`, ji.`SUMMARY`, GROUP_CONCAT(pv.`vname`) FROM jiraissue ji
JOIN projectversion pv ON ji.`PROJECT` = pv.`PROJECT`
WHERE pv.`ARCHIVED` IS NULL
GROUP BY ji.`ID`, ji.`SUMMARY`

That would get the list of issues that have versions values that are not archived. Additional conditions in the WHERE statement sould further narrow down the results by project and version

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