In order to support requirement engineering (e.g. a Kanban board for monitoring the progress of stories planned for upcoming sprints) it is needed that the future sprint frames in the planning board can be used in filters.
An example: if the current sprint is SP10, and there are SP11 and SP12 defined in the planning board (they are not started yet), it should be possible to create filter sprint = SP11_ID that returns the issues currently planned for sprint SP11.
John's answer doesn't work for planned sprints, and also the argument should be a numeric ID that is not that easy to find.
See my comment here for a possible workaround.
PS Just adding support for mysql now, other dbs should work ok.
Are you looking for this JQL query?
sprint = SP11
sprint in (SP11, SP12)
For more details info, please find from the article below
Hope its help
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