A string like this:
assignee=jeppsenc and updatedDate='2012/10/18' or
assignee=jeppsenc and updatedDate='-5d' does not return any results.
I am trying to determine the work done by a particular person on a particular day. For the date in question above I know that jeppsenc updated JIRA issues on October 18, 2012.
The "updatedDate" is actually a date and time field, and it will assume midnight if the time component is not specified. Hence by this search it will only return issues updated on "2012/10/18 00:00". To search for all the issues updated on this day, you'd need to search as:
assignee=jeppsenc and updatedDate > "2012/10/18" and updated < "2012/10/19"
From what I can see, your query should work, but I'm not sure why it doesn't. However, just as a workaround for you, use this:
assignee = jeppsenc AND updated >= "2012/10/18" AND updated < "2012/10/19"
However strange this may be, it works. I'll investigate this issue.
Hope it helps :)
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