How to create an advanced search on

I want create an advanced search on and I couldn't find the option but in I could find the option.

Could you help me?

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I have a feeling "is not the Advanced Search (droid) you're looking for..."

Anyway, I can't login to that site and it doesn't appear that is a valid URL. Visiting that page I get a server not found error. Is behind the firewall?

To take a stab at your question, I noticed the site you referenced actually is running JIRA 3.13.2, which contains an 'Advanced' search, but it's not the same advanced search or JQL used in later and more recent versions of JIRA.

Support for additional logical operators (AND/OR), searching JIRA's change history, etc. are all unique to JIRA 4.0+. That is, none of this functionality around advanced search is possible in JIRA 3.13.2 and likely why you don't see what you're calling 'Advanced Search'. It's there, it's just not the same as what you're looking to do.

If my theory holds true, you would need to upgrade to JIRA 4.4.x to be able to use JIRA's advanced search (JQL).

Thanks for your support. The correct link for iDart is

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Hi Julian,

Sorry, but doesn't load either.

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