JQL function earliestUnreleasedVersion() returns no issue, why?

How can this "project = "proj" and fixVersion in unreleasedVersions()" returns 50 matching issues but "project = "proj" and fixVersion = earliestUnreleasedVersion()" returns none?

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Hey!

What is happening is that probably the project you are searching doesn't have any bug or issue marked with the earliest fixed Version, so the query isn't going to return anything, because you are comparing only with the earliest unreleased version, and not on all unreleased Versions.

Best regards,

Pietro T. Schaff

Thanks Pietro. I already figured what you just said but I was not understanding how the earliest unreleased version was "calculated". Anyhow, with your answer, it helped finding out the earliest unreleased version was the one at the bottom of the list and not the one at the top...

Thanks,

Philippe

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