Issue with fix versions


I have a specific problem with fix versions.

Say we have a product on version 1.1 and it has 100 issues identified on it. Now, we decided to fix them in version 1.2. However, due to some reason 1.2 was stopped development and all those issues were planned to be fixed in 1.3.

As we progressed 1.3, some of those 100 issues were resolved and closed in product version 1.3 (fix version = 1.3) BUT they remained unfixed in version 1.2. During this time new issues were also raised and fixed in 1.3.

Now say some point in time in future, we want to reinstate product version 1.2; we would like to know which bugs were unfixed in 1.2. How can we do that?


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Henning Tietgens Community Champion Oct 10, 2013

You could use <= and > for versions.

affectedVersion <= "1.2" and (fixVersion > "1.2" or fixVersion is EMPTY)

should find all issues affecting version 1.2 which are not fixed in 1.2

this works thanks henning...

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