That's actually quite simple, as JQL treats dates as an exact point in time. In other words, if you're searching for issues that were "resolved" on yyyy-MM-dd (without specifying the time), JIRA will only bring issues resolved in that date at 00:00 hour. To make that JQL work, you have to specify an interval of time, as in:
resolved > "2011/01/15" and resolved < "2011/01/16"
The query above will bring issues that were resolved between 2011/01/15 at 00:00h and 2011/01/16 at 00:00h. Alternatively, you can specify the time along with the date using "yyyy/MM/dd HH:mm".
For more information on advanced searching, refer to the documentation here.
Hope it helps!
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