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How to write the JQL for ReleaseDate > SystemDate

How to write the JQL for ReleaseDate > SystemDate. Any function in JIRA allows to compare a date field against systemdate?

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Eugenio Onofre
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Sep 12, 2022

Hello @Vishnu

You can use the now() function to achieve it.
The JQL would be something like below:

project = XXXX AND ReleaseDate > now()


This is not working. 

I tried datecompare function from scriptrunner but still my usecase is not covered. I need to find the list of the Issues which are past Fixversion ReleaseDate. 

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Radek Dostál
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Sep 13, 2022 • edited

There's no way to do date comparison out of box - you would require a jql function (supplied by a plugin) which would implement the necessary filtering logic in the background.

Edit: this was about comparing 2 different date fields, not a single field vs. any date functions that are available out of box

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