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  1. Jira Server and Data Center
  2. JRASERVER-20727

Add ability to compare date fields using JQL

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      NOTE: This suggestion is for JIRA Server. Using JIRA Cloud? See the corresponding suggestion.

      Atlassian Update – 10 September 2018

      Hi everyone,

      Thanks for your interest in this issue. This suggestion is considered a potential addition to our longer-term roadmap. We'll typically review this request in about 12 months time, at which point we’ll consider whether we need to alter its status.

      For the nearest future we've decided to prioritize other areas of the Jira Server roadmap, including the top-voted suggestions:

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      Jira Server Product Management

      In JQL, it's currently only possible to compare dates either with a single fixed date, or with a function such as now(), currentLogin(), or lastLogin(). It would be useful to be able to compare two date fields to one another, as in this seemingly simple query:

      resolutiondate > duedate
      

      This would allow filtering for issues that were resolved after their due date.

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              aatkins TonyA
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