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JQL: function archivedVersions() vanished? Edited

We have at least one user that used the JQL function archivedVersions() in the past. Built filters with it and all. After the upgrade from 7.4.3 to 7.13.1 it does not work anymore. Is this Core functionality that has been removed or has someone any idea where that came from?

The only thing I found online is this and we are sure that we never installed JQL Booster Pack.

Any idea where that could have come from? The user definitely used it in the past. He built filters and all.


Best regards


2 answers

Did you remove or disable any apps when you upgraded? It looks like that Function came from a plugin called JQL Tricks Plugin.

Hi Dharma

We only upgraded our apps to a version compatible with 7.13 before upgrading.

We also definitely never had JQL Tricks Plugin installed.


So this is definitely not core functionality?


Best regards


Ok, so this is not Core functionality and it was not core in 7.4 either:


Also not in ScriptRunner: .


We definitely did neither have JQL Tricks Plugin ( nor JQL Booster Pack ( installed.


Unfortunately it is still a mystery to me where this functionality came from...

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