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JQL for more than one fixversion

Does anyone know how to locate any issue that has more than one fixversion assigned?

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To clarify, I want to find issues that have more than one fixversion, regardless of the fixversion. We're trying locate these because we need to remove the additional fixversions so that we can start to enforce having only one fixversion.

I actually was going to export all my issues (which are ~ 10,000) and sort fixversion in Excel to find them or do a column to text with a comma separate to find them, but the excel export only supports 1000. Thus, my need for trying to use JQL to narrow it down.

i have the same question

You could use the Script Runner plugin and create a scripted field like this

return ((issue?.fixVersions?.size())?:0) as Double

Use a number searcher and the number template for this scripted field. And than use this field within your JQL to find issue where your scripted field > 1. I think you have to reindex at least the issues you are querying before this, you could use a builtin script from Script Runner to reindex all issues of a project or a filter result.


I've found a solution without installing a plugin here:

fixVersion <= earliestUnreleasedVersion() AND fixVersion > earliestUnreleasedVersion()

if you google it deeply, you will find  it here:

While this is definitely helpful, it wouldn't find items with multiple versions in the future (that would be twice > earliestUnreleasedVersion() )

Hi Karie,

Try something like:

project = YOURPROJECTKEY AND fixVersion in ("6.0.5","6.0.1")

Best regards,
Lucas Timm

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If you are looking for issues that have both the fixVersions, try:

fixVersion = '1' AND fixVersion = '3'

Replacing, 1 and 3 with the actual fix versions, of course. :P

I think what the original post said is show me all issues that have multiple  FixVersions. Not look for all issues in FixVersion1 and FixVersion2 but any instance where any issue has multiple fixVersions.

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