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Cumulative Release - Merge/Extract tickets from different versions

Hi,

our release strategy is the following:

  • Every week we release a new version in our QA env:
    Week 1: 1.1.0
    Week 2: 1.2.0
    and so on
  • Once we have all the features that we targeted for a specific production upgrade, we will do the no regression test on that version and we will start branching to fix any identified bugs.
    e.g. Build candidate: 1.8.0
    we start the nrt and fix all the bugs in branches ---> 1.8.1, 1.8.2 and so on
  • Once all bugs have been fixed we will have our final build candidate. e.g. 1.8.5 that we will deploy in prod.

 

So here is the question: How can we have a cumulative release note in Jira?

If I look at the release note of the last version (e.g 1.8.5), in jira I will only see the bug fixes that have been delivered in that version. But let's say my current prod version is 1.6.2 and we will deploy 1.8.5, I want to have a release note that contains all the things delivered between those 2 versions.

How can we achieve that in jira? I can do a manual extraction of tickets through a JQL query but maybe there's a better way.

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Hi @Andrea Cimma ,

the best way to manage versions in that context is to use https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1211591/versions-hierarchy?hosting=server&tab=support app.

You can manage and report versions in a better way than using builtin features.

Hope this helps,

Fabio

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