i'm trying to use this query, but it seems to ignore the DURING part.
Assignee WAS IN ("user1", "user2") DURING ("date1", "date2")
I expect to get a list of tickets that had been assigned to user1 or user2 between date1 and date2. a more concrete example:
Assignee WAS IN ("djones", "fsmith") DURING ("2014/08/01", "2014/08/16")
what i actually get is what appears to be a list of all tickets assigned to user1 and user2 for all time. In other words, the DURING clause seems to be ignored.
what am i doing wrong?
You use incorrect query. By this query you will find issues when those assignees were assignees in certain period.
You should use https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Advanced+Searching#AdvancedSearching-CHANGED this operator instead. Regrettably, as I know it doesn't support multiple users in from, so your request will be changed to
ASSIGNEE CHANGED TO "djones" DURING ("2014/08/01", "2014/08/16") OR ASSIGNEE CHANGED TO "fsmith" DURING ("2014/08/01", "2014/08/16")
Hope that will work for you
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