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AfterSprintStart for Current sprint?


I want to use the function

AfterSprintStart(board name, [sprint name])

The query I am trying to run is

AfterSprintStart(BSM, openSprints())

but I an getting the error Unable to find JQL function 'AfterSprintStart' - clearly I am doing something wrong. Any advice gratefully received.




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Thomas Schlegel
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Jun 07, 2019

Hi @Nicola ,

do you mean the Scriptrunner-Function "addedAfterSprintStart"?

If so, you have to query like this:

issueFunction in addedAfterSprintStart("Board Name", "Sprint Name")

I do mean that, yes.

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Brian Ambrose
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Apr 03, 2023


Are you using a Cloud or server instance?  issueFunction has moved to ScriptRunner on the Cloud.  On the cloud, you have to go to Apps drop down in the top menu, then select ScriptRunner EnhancedSearch...that will bring you to a query builder window.


There you can start building the query for addedAfterSprintStart.  Kind of like a wizard.  You select the functions by clicking on the "+" in the query bar on the right then fill in the blanks.


Unfortunately, it does not seem to work for me

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