The documentation says that a filter can be created in Jira with the following syntax but it doesn't work:
sprint in (
I want to be able to search for all issues from sprint 103, so using closedsprints() is not helpful.
This should work, you might like to take a look at the sprint value in the issues that apparently aren't showing up, perhaps they've been cleared by someone else.
You can more easily see issues from a closed sprint by accessing the Sprint Report then clicking View in Issue Navigator.
I can see from the the results of "sprint in closedSprints()" that I have many issues that belong to closed sprints.
But when I use:
sprint = 103
sprint = '103'
sprint = "103"
sprint in (102,103)
I get "No matching results"
Also, you mentioned accessing closed sprints from the Sprint Report. I'm seeing that only active sprints are displayed in this report and closed sprints are not available.
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