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JQL for work issues and bugs closed within a release

Hi, we specify releases that contain start and end dates, is it possible to query using the name of the release as a reference for passing the dates to the query for example

 

project = myProject AND issuetype in (Bug, Epic, Story) AND status in (Closed, resolved) AND "Allocated Team" in (myTeam) AND resolved >= myRelease.StartDate AND resolved <= myReleaseEndDate 

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You can't use variables out of the box, no.

Scriptrunner allows you to use additional JQL functions or to make your own. For instance, you could create your own latestUnreleasedVersion() function that would always return, hum, the latest unreleased version.

Check out the documentation.

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