I'm looking for a JQL query to find all issues older than for a specific no. of day (say 2) for 'xyz' Project's resolved issue.

Please suggest,




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Hi Pawan,

This should do it for you

project = "xyz" and resolutiondate < "-2d" and status != "Closed" and status != "Fixed"

Hi Pawan,

If you are looking for issues created before 2 days for project "xyz", your query will be

project = "xyz" and created <= "-2d"

Check the documentation here


You should be looking at the third example in "Greater than equal to" operator and use similar technique with "Lesser than equal to"

Thanks Bhushan,

But I'm looking for a JQL query to find issues that have been 'resolved' in a project exactly before 2 days.

Please suggest.



resolution changed from null to "Fixed" on "-2d"

You can changed Fixed to the resolution you are using

Hi Bhushan,

Request you to suggest the complete JQL query .. plz.

project=xyz AND status = resolved and .... ???

Please note that I need resolved tickets older than 2 days only and not fixed/closed issues.




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