JIRA: Filtering by resolution time

Hi there!

I'm trying to filter some JIRA issues by time of resolution, but can't seem to figure out how to do so.

I've looked everywhere for an answer, but haven't been able to find anything.

I was trying to find something along the line of "resolved = (created - 5m)", but JIRA doesn't seem to support such operations.

Can anyone help or direct me to a plugin and/or something else that'd be able to do such a thing?

Thanks!

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You can try the jql functions in script runner plugin. You can use the expression function to do something like:

issueFunction in expression("", "created > resolutiondate - (5 * 60 * 1000)")

If by 5m you mean 5 minutes, then you have to expand to milliseconds as in my example, which makes it a bit ugly. You can use d or w for days/weeks (covered in the docs).

I need to make it so you can use resolved instead of resolutiondate...

Oh, use greater than or less than operators, not equals as in your question. Equals won't return any hits unless the issue was resolved the same millisecond it was created.

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