JQL for tickets closed within a time range

Hi,

I would like to see all bugs that are closed (with status 'Closed') for a specific time range.

So far I have come up with sth like, but this doesn't suit me.

project = "XYZ AND issuetype = bug AND status changed to closed AND updatedDate < "2015/08/01 00:00" AND updatedDate > "2016/09/15 00:00"

 

Thank you,

BR
Dora 

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Alex Christensen Community Champion Sep 26, 2016

In your current query, I think you have the date searching operators switched. I think you should be using this instead:

project = "XYZ AND issuetype = bug AND status changed to closed AND updatedDate > "2015/08/01 00:00" AND updatedDate < "2016/09/15 00:00"

Basically, you were trying to search for issues that have an updated date that is both before 1 August 2015 and after 15 September 2016, which is impossible to fulfill.

In your workflow, do you set a Resolution when closing the bug? Whenever you set a Resolution for issue, JIRA also sets a Resolution Date value. You can use this Resolution Date value in your JQL query. Based on your query about, it would look something like this:

project = XYZ AND issuetype = bug AND resolved >= 2015-08-01 AND resolved <= 2016-09-15

This is a much simpler query to use, in my opinion.

Just try:

project = XYZ AND issuetype = bug AND status changed to closed BEFORE "2016/09/15" AFTER "2015/08/01 00:00"

or simply:

project = XYZ AND issuetype = bug AND status changed to closed DURING ("2015/08/01 00:00","2016/09/15")

any way to have it run by the last 4 weeks? (without having to insert static dates)

Sure, just use interval notation, or some date functions.

Following query will show you all bugs that were closed between 5 weeks ago (-5w) and 1 week ago (-1w).

project = XYZ AND issuetype = bug AND status changed to closed BEFORE -1w AFTER -5w

You can also use date functions. Following query will always display bugs closed during last month:

project = XYZ AND issuetype = bug AND status changed to closed AFTER startOfMonth(-1) BEFORE startOfMonth() 

 

If you want to get issues changed in last 4 weeks just use an "AFTER" clause with -4w value.

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