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Lets say I have releases 1.1 , 1.2 , 1.3 out of which both 1.1 and 1.2 are released, what is the JQL to show just the released versions.
So I need a JQL that returns only the released versions 1.1 and 1.2
You can use the releasedVersions function.
thanks could figure that out
But one small clarification I want to take this JQL and set it as a filter to show on dashboard the list of release that are completed. when i set this filter it shows all the issues that are from all the completed releases, like I mentioned in the example I just want to see the fix versions
You can probably create a filter using this and use it in a pie chart by selecting fixVersion as the statistic type? That will list all the released versions with number of issues in it.
You can do similar things with 2D Filter Statistic gadget as well.
Use double quotes if there is a space in the project name.
fixVersion in releasedVersions("Online Ops")
I'm trying to get all released and unreleased versions, hence using the below query which is throwing an error
jql = f'fixVersion in releasedVersions() OR fixVersion in unreleasedVersions()'
I tried filtering using some projects like below(as I need release information for multiple projects)
jql = f'fixVersion in releasedVersions() and project in ("sampleproject1","sampleproject2")
This is returning some records, but it doesn;t retrieve all the released versions I see on the browser
Thanks for the discussion here, it helped me build this JQL
`fixVersion in unreleasedVersions() ORDER BY updatedDate DESC`
It gives me all the tickets that are in unrealeased releases, not exactly what I want, as I'd love to have a filter based on releases as you all do.
However, if I could aggregate this query so that the Fix version was unique I could then hide all the ticket-specific columns and I would have what I want.