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i want to write a JQL to know all issues for which due date <= (start of day+7)

basically I want to know through JQL all issues that are due in coming 7 days. any leads?

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due >= startOfDay() AND due <= 7d 

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due <= startOfDay() OR due <= 7d
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Use the simple search engine and select your options

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Then, if you select the Advanced option, you will see how it translates into JQL.

In my example it was:

project = DMP AND due <= 7d

 More about comparing fields with operators can be found here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirasoftwarecloud/advanced-searching-operators-reference-764478341.html

Hey @pragati bhatia ,

 

"due <= 7d" will show every issue due in the upcoming 7 days and overdue ones. Try the following JQL for a range between today and the next 7 days. 

 

due >= startOfDay() AND due <= 7d

 

With that being said, it is always a good option to try the simple search first and adjust the resulting JQL like @Bogdan Gorka explained. 

 

Regards

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Thanks @Merve Nur Bas I have learnt something too.

To exclude overdue issues I would normally use due >= "0" AND due <= 7d but I am not sure if the the "0" means start of the day or the moment the JQL is executed. So, to be 100% sure, it is better to use startOfDay().

More about avanced search functions can be found here:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/jiracorecloud/advanced-searching-functions-reference-765593719.html

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@Bogdan Gorka  Thanks this solved my problem. I was getting overdue issues as well  when I used @Merve Nur Bas  suggestion.

 

due >= startOfDay() AND due <= 7d 

this works well for me :) 

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