Perhaps being able to query issues in open or closed sprints will suffice?
I want to know how to do this as well. My reasons are that I want to know how many tickets I've completed in another project during my Sprint's start and end dates. Something like:
project="Kanban" AND status was Resolved by currentUser() and resolved >= SprintXYX.startDate and resolved <= SprintXYX.endDate
you can search for 'sprint' in the returned response -
CTRL+F search for sprint - you may get the field which lists down 'sprint details' - ours is a custom_field with some ID, so in jql you can then filter using that field id - or just pull out data from the returned response , accessing dictionary and key as custom field ID
JQL search can be like - jiraURL/jira/rest/api/2/search?jql=Sprint='sprint_name'&fields=customfield_100&maxResults=400
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