I am trying to figure out how fixVersion = earliestUnreleasedVersion() works.
In my case, we have a couple of projects that have Fix Version 2.08. (that would be next week, week 8 in this year) If I use the mentioned JQL, I only get 2 out of 4 projects that have this fixversion and I don't understand why.
The weird thing is, if I search for fixVersion = 2.08 I DO get all 4 projects.
If I use fixVersion > latestReleasedVersion() then I get 2.08 and the already planned ones in 2.09 and 2.10.
I don't seem to get something like fixVersion = earliestUnreleasedVersion() AND fixVersion > latestReleasedVersion() so my question here is: how do I get only the issues in the next release, without changing the fixversion every week?
Thank you so much for your help!
The earliestUnreleasedVersion searches all versions that are not released for each project and then again for each project it picks up the version with the lowest sequence number - meaning that it depends on the order of the versions, so if in 2.08 is above 2.09 it will pick 2.09 instead 2.08, so that might be your problem.
You can do a test by looking at the results of a query like project=Project1 and fixVersion=earliestUnreleasedVersion() for each project and check which of the project does not behave as expected, then double-check why
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