query issues AFTER date

HI

I want to write a query along the lines of

project = JBIF AND status changed to (Implementing, "Implementation Held") AFTER Due

but i get the error

Date value 'Due' for predicate 'after' is invalid. Valid formats include: 'yyyy/MM/dd HH:mm', 'yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm', 'yyyy/MM/dd', 'yyyy-MM-dd', or a period format e.g. '-5d', '4w 2d'.

but it does work with AFTER startOfWeek() etc

I'm guessing the difference is a function rather than a field or the returned format.

So does anyoen have any pointers to writing a JQL function to 'wrap' an issue field?

We have Adaptavist scriptrunner. Any similar examples?

Tom

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Vasiliy Zverev Community Champion Jan 23, 2017

It seems that dateCompare from ScriptRuuner should help you: https://scriptrunner.adaptavist.com/4.3.0/jira/jql-functions.html

i've looked at dateCompare but haven't found a syntax that works.

this is OK

project = JBIF AND status changed to (Implementing, 'Implementation Held')  AFTER startOfWeek()

this isn't

project = JBIF AND status changed to (Implementing, 'Implementation Held')  AFTER due

It looks as is status changed returns a date value but the formats are not comparable for built in fields or standard custom fields ( but i can compare due > startOfWeek() as a query but not

resolutiondate > duedate - I think this is why dateCompare was developed?)

tried dateCompare and expression as

project = JBIF AND issueFunction in expression("",status changed to (Implementing, 'Implementation Held') > due)

but syntax is not accepted.

My thoughts are to create a JQL function to wrap a date for use by AFTER. I was looking at an example - just an example based on issue data. most examples seem to be more generic system info functions.

will continue to research...

Vasiliy Zverev Community Champion Jan 23, 2017

Here is a example for all issues with due date after resolution date: 

issueFunction in dateCompare("","dueDate > resolutionDate")

thx Vasily ,  that works using dateCompare for straightforward criteria.

I was try to find a way to compare to the date an issue was in a state.

This is accepted

project = JBIF AND status changed to (Implementing, 'Implementation Held')  AFTER startOfWeek()

if there is a date available to reflect when an issue was moved to a state I can paraphrase as

project = JBIF AND status was in (Implementing, 'Implementation Held') AND issueFunction in dateCompare("", "duedate < My Event Date")

So i either need to create and set a date in the workflow or create a JQL function that AFTER clause finds acceptable

(resolutionDate doesn't quite suit as the user wants to see issues in an intermediate state in quite a complex workflow moving through Review, Approval, Implementing, PostReview, Resolved)

As a JQL/Groovy newbie I was hoping for an example of creating a JQL function that accesses issue fields.

 

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