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How to write a query for two fix version

Two fix versions need to be consider for this filter. one is SRK_v98 and second one is "MSEdge_R1". I wrote as below and it is not working.

project = CS AND fixVersion = "SRK_v98" & "MSEdge_R1"

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Fabio Racobaldo _Herzum_
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Apr 18, 2022

Hi @selva perumal ,

welcome to the Atlassian community!

If you need to retrieve issues with fix versions A or B please use this JQL :

project = CS AND fixVersion in ("SRK_v98","MSEdge_R1")

If you need to retrieve issues with fix versions A and B please use this JQL :

project = CS AND fixVersion = "SRK_v98" and fixVersion = "MSEdge_R1"

Hope this helps,


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Sep 28, 2023

project = ABC AND fixVersion = "A5" and fixVersion = "Mule-1"

above query is not and throwing an error

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Apr 18, 2022

project = CS AND fixVersion in ("SRK_v98", "MSEdge_R1") ?

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