What is the JQL syntax to query for a version's start date?

I want to create a query to list all issues in a specific version that were created after that version's start date. I'm mainly struggling in getting the version's start date. Couldn't find a function that returns that. Any help? Thanks.

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This isn't exactly what you asked for, but here's a rest api call that will return all versions for a given project, and the release date is included in the data:

https://www.url.to.jira.com/rest/api/latest/project/{project}/versions

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I think you would need to write a custom function for that. Also version start data is a greenhopper fiction, so should be part of GH really.

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Customizations are not allowed in JIRA OnDemand. The only option is to use the standard function, using the id or name of the version!

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