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I want to create a list of all the FixVersions in one Jira Project.
How do you create the JQL for this type of list?
Just the Fixed Versions and their associated fields only
JQL only finds issues, it doesn't search for versions or other objects.
The closest you can get with this is to run a search for "Project = X and (fixversion is not empty or affectsversion is not empty or <other version picker> is not empty)", and then include the version fields in the output.
If you saved that search, then you could use it in a dashboard gadget - a simple "filter statistics" set to group by one of the version fields would give you a list of versions with a count of how much they are in use in the field.