Release date on Change Log and browse Versions page is one day earlier than versions set release dat

Awele Nwaeze April 8, 2024

This bug fix seems to have regressed - https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRACLOUD-32389

I am trying to create automation to release a new version after one is created via our Git webhook. Unfortunately, I can not automate the actual version release, but I have successfully automated the version creation and addition of issues to a specific version based on the git deployment

In troubleshooting, I noticed this issue had returned. The system is creating a `userReleaseDate` on its own

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Kalyan Sattaluri
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April 8, 2024

Hello @Awele Nwaeze 

If you mean that releaseDate and userReleaseDates are different / being populated by Jira, Please see below discussion:

https://community.developer.atlassian.com/t/strange-field-value-in-api-response/58127/4

Relevant snippet:

 startDate  is the date value stored internally as 0 UTC, but userStartDate of 26/Apr/18 (2018-04-26) is that same date, but represented in the user’s local format AND time zone, which includes any offset to UTC configured for Jira.

same goes with releaseDate and userReleaseDate fields..

 

 

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