I have two custom date fields say x and y and i want to list issues in jira issue filter bar using x>y. Now default jira doesn't allow me to directly compare any date fileds whether default jira date fields or custom ones. But script runner plugin atleast allows me to compare directly 2 default jira date fields like resolutiondate>duedate,etc.But script runner doesn't allow to compare 2 custom date fields say x>y. I tried out issuefunction in datecompare("","x>y") but just error
My jira version is 6.1.3
Also the query is:-
project="test" and issuefunction in datecompare("","Planned Delivery Date > Original Planned Date")
Here Planned Delivery Date and Original Planned Date are my two custom fields of Date Picker type.
Also the error i get is Field name Planned Delivery Date not found or not a date or datetime
use comparison like "duedate>resolutiondate",or "duedate>resolutiondate+2w" or "My date Custom Field > My other Date Custom Field"
I hope that answers your query
Can you Jamie/Sir help me to correct my query because when i write the same query as:-
project="test" and issuefunction in datecompare("","resolutiondate > duedate") i get the proper results. This clearly shows that for comparing two default jira date fields using script runner is possible but comparing two custom date fields is still not possible.
Or otherwise for comparing two custom date fields i might need to modify my query a bit because error message that prompts says "use compariosn like My date custom field > My Other Date custom field".
Please provide your valuable suggestions on this as i'm getting really frustrated as to despite using script runner why i'm not able to achieve results for such a basic query.
I just now found out that you are may be the developer of script runner plugin. So if you could please help me on this issue.
which clearly syas that the issue i'm facing now in jira 6.1.3 is an Atlassian bug and despite making minor changes in the datecompare function as suggested in the url by Mr Fischer i'm unable to get the desired results
If you could please look into all this and please let me know the solution or workaround.
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