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I need to check whether any release is created with end date to it in jira project using rest api. Edited

Is there any jql query or filter to apply on api to get release that has end date between 3 months.

The current api that i'm using to pull release details is.

https://projects.cdk.com/rest/api/2/project/{project_key}/versions

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Hello @Yasashree 

The Get project versions paginated endpoint accepts JQL queries, but it only accepts two values to query on... name or description, nothing else, as per the documentation:

query

string

Filter the results using a literal string. Versions with matching name or description are returned (case insensitive).

If you try to query on startDate, endDate or any of the other fields, that part of the JQL is ignored.

So, you will have to extract the start and end dates from the data set returned by the REST API and do the filtering on those dates yourself within your script or program.

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