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Hello, I get an error message when I run this query to find out how many epics weee delivered 30 days before or after it a date but get an error message and it doesn’t run. What am I doing wrong?
Team = Atlas AND issuetype =
Epic AND status = Done AND
resolved >= startOfDay(-30d) AND resolved <= startOfDay(+ 30d)
@Mister Femi ~ it should look something like this (depending on what your Target End Date field resolves to / is named in your JQL):
Team = Atlas AND issuetype = Epic AND statuscategory = Done AND
"Target end" >= startOfDay(-30d) AND "Target end" <= startOfDay("+30d")
@Mister Femi ~ more accurately than my previous response: if you are looking for issues resolved within a date range specified in another date field (i.e. Target end date), I believe this would require a plugin (like ScriptRunner), which allows for date comparisons. If you use ScriptRunner, you could include something like:
issueFunction in dateCompare("", "resolved <= 'target end' +30d") and issueFunction in dateCompare("", "resolved >= 'target end' -30d")
issueFunction in dateCompare("", "resolutionDate < dueDate +1w")