We use Jira v4.4.3. I need to run a report that lists all of my developers' tickets that are close/resolved for each month's releases. Our releases (fixVersion) seem to be configured as a string value in the database, because they're formatted like this: "1.34.0 (7/Jun/2012)". My challenge is that I have many projects (11) and many releases (up to 21 in all) within each month, so it takes me forever to type them all into one query. I'm currently running 11 filters, one for each project, and then combining the results in Excel which is just as time consuming. It sure would save me time if I could format ONE query that looks like this:
project in (BILLGTWY, CG, CI, FIN, GC, JCA, LSI, MCUP, PEM, SG, TE) AND fixVersion ~ "Jun" AND status in (Resolved, Closed)
but that gives me this error:
The operator '~' is not supported by the 'fixVersion' field.
Help? Why does the ~ operator not work for this field?
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