JQL to show fixVersion release

Jason Chayer February 23, 2024

I am wanting to run a jql that will show me a list of released fixVersion's of a few projects. However, I do not want to see all the issues associated with those fixversion, just the fixversion name. And, I do not know the fixversion names, or I would just enter that.

Is this possible?

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Sebastian Krzewiński
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February 23, 2024

HI @Jason Chayer 

 

JQL helps to filter issues based on some parameters, not fix versions or other data.

Only place where you can find list of version in project are Releases. There you can find all details and included issues in version.

More details: https://support.atlassian.com/jira-software-cloud/docs/create-a-version/#Create-a-version

 

Regards,

Seba

Jason Chayer February 26, 2024

@Sebastian Krzewiński  - thanks for responding. Is there a way to find a list of versions through a jql?

I am needing to find versions across multiple projects, but I do not want to navigate to each project to find these. 

Again, I can run a jql to show me all fixedVersions that are "Released", but that shows me all issues. I only want the version name in the Releases.

Sebastian Krzewiński
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February 26, 2024

@Jason Chayer I don't think that this is possible via JQL. IMO the best and the fastest way will be to get it via Rest API.

Jason Chayer February 26, 2024

Thanks @Sebastian Krzewiński . I will look into this.

On a similar note, do you know if you can categorize in Releases? What I am thinking, maybe for a temporary fix, is if I could have categories like frontend, backend, API, etc... And then have all releases associated with each of those teams under that category.

Sebastian Krzewiński
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February 26, 2024

@Jason Chayer you can't do that. Only "categorization" that you can have is to divide relases under "Released" and "Unreleased"

Jason Chayer February 26, 2024

Ok, thanks @Sebastian Krzewiński .

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