how to set up issueFunction in dateCompare("", "duedate > resolved") in eazybi

is there a way to set up issueFunction in dateCompare("", "duedate > resolved") in eazybi so that we could query multiple dates?

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Does it work from the issue navigator? If so I'm not sure what is specific about eazybi, you should probably add that plugin's tag so the vendor sees the question.

yes it works from issue navigator. we just need to drill down by month or quarter, so that is why I was asking if the "issuefunction in dateCompare" functionality was implemented in eazybi.

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