You should be able to use JQL tricks plugin. Need to pay @Jobin though :)
use versionsBefore function and give a big value for the date. The results should include all versions which has a release date.
Jobin can confirm.
You should just be able to use:
fixVersion in ("name of version")
Do either of those work for you? This page (http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Advanced+Searching) should also be able to help provide various fields and methods for querying those fields in Download JIRA and OnDemand.
I was looking for a more generic way of doing it. Yes, I did this - but, it's not maintainable as others create versions without release dates. This happens when they are doing affinity planning. Plus, new versions are added with release dates. So, I was looking for a way to pull in only those versions either with a date or exclude those without a date, without having to name specific ones.
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