Searching by Greenhopper rank

I'm using the REST API and trying to get a list of issues ranked after a specific issue.

I don't seem to be able to use Rank or Global Rank as fields to compare on (only order by) using the JQL query tool, and I can't find the reference in the REST documentation, because if I try to read the latest API documentation, I get a 403/Forbidden error accessing

Suggestions? We are using the classic boards, not the rapid boards because they don't meet our needs at the moment.

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Timothy Chin Community Champion Apr 29, 2013

Access and search for the version you want.

What is the query that you are using?

I identified the ranking # by displaying it in a regular JQL query, then trying to search based on that:

fixversion = EarliestUnreleasedVersion(Engineering) and rank > 100

Now, if I change it to rank < 100, then I get zero results.

at rank > 100, I get all issues in this version.

the 100 doesn't seem to matter - I can put in any number, including the rank number of an issue in the middle of my iteration and the results are the same.

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