My user used the API to find all the issues closed in June using jql. The call was
The filter was
status in (Closed, CLOSED, Done, Resolved) AND statusCategoryChangedDate >= 2019-01-01 AND statusCategoryChangedDate <= 2020-06-28 ORDER BY resolved ASC
(note: he had a “projects in ()” clause but I removed it for brevity and security).
He found several issues that had updated dates that were before his range.
For example X-157 has an updated date of 2020-01-27 and the history shows that it was given a parent (an epic, I assume) on that date but no changes afterward.
He said that all the issues he found were in the X project and the X project is a next gen project.
My theory is that the nextgen project had it’s terminal column moved which would mean that the status category would change. It wouldn’t change the updated date on the issue but would (maybe) change the statusCategoryChangedDate. I admit this is somewhat far fetched but it’s a theory.
Any other ideas?
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