How do I get the year in YYYY format on an issue duedate ?

Hi all,

In one of my projects, I need to get the year data of duedate for all issues.

I want to fill it into a calculated  customfield. I find a code but did not work. The code is below;

<!-- @@Formula:

duedate=issue.get("duedate");

if (duedate==null) return null;

return String.format("%tY-%tm", duedate, duedate);

-->

Can anyonehelp me with this ? Thanks..  Levent

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You need to create a JMCF Calculated Number Field that returns just the year, as a number so that sorting and querying works best. 

The formula would be:

return issue.get(“duedate”) == null ? null : issue.get(“duedate”).getYear() + 1900;

I Have magaged to get it somehow.

The code I used is below:

<!-- @@Formula:
duedateTimestamp = issue.get("duedate");
long timestamp = duedateTimestamp.getTime();
Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance();
cal.setTimeInMillis(timestamp);
duedateYear = cal.get(Calendar.YEAR);
return duedateYear;
-->

That formula gives me just the year  section of my duedate and that was I need.

Thanks for your help.

Levent

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Ivan Tovbin Community Champion Mar 24, 2018

Go to Administration -> System -> General Configuration -> Advanced Settings and check the settings for jira.date.picker.java.format and jira.date.time.picker.java.format. These settings control the way dates are displayed in date picker type fields. For the correct formats check this documentation.

Hi Ivan,

Thanks for responce.

That is not what I need. I do not want to change the format of any dates. I just get the year value ot of duedate and write it down into a customfield. The current format is like  24/Mar/18  ----> I need the year 2018...

Thanks.. 

Ah, I see.

You can try the following then:

import java.sql.Timestamp;

Timestamp dueDate = issue.getDueDate();
return dueDate.format("MM/dd/yyyy");

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