betweenBundles(bundle1, bundle2)

Description

Wee need queries like:

Note that fixVersion in betweenBundles(b1, b2) will not work even if bundle names are unique because it doesn't check for component-versions in the bundle content. It only check version field of issue.

Since bundle names are generally repeated it should work both bundle name and bundle version.

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Christina Jenks
May 29, 2020, 9:56 AM

I’ve as a stop-gap implemented a Scriptrunner JQL function that wraps the CMT JQL functions:

 

Deniz Oğuz
May 29, 2020, 9:15 AM

Customer reported it is not working, will be tested again.

Christina Jenks
May 29, 2020, 6:51 AM

Hi! Wanted to follow up on this – tested on 1.15.3, but the results are the same. Wanted to verify if you wanted more info?

Christina Jenks
April 8, 2020, 6:23 AM
Edited

Oh WOW!

I didn’t expect that, that’s awesome!

Thank you so much! Looking forward to verifying this.

Would it be possible to also have a start-date based strategy as well, to cover the remaining data on Version objects?

Deniz Oğuz
April 7, 2020, 3:00 PM
Edited

I hope we haven't missed anything this time. I have fixed the implementation and tested it with 3 different version ordering strategy:

project = ERP AND "Affects Bundle" in betweenBundles("Qlik Sense, 11.11.4 (June 2017 Patch 3)","Qlik Sense, 13.0.0 (June 2019 Patch 1)", "release date")

project = ERP AND "Affects Bundle" in betweenBundles("Qlik Sense, 11.11.4 (June 2017 Patch 3)","Qlik Sense, 13.0.0 (June 2019 Patch 1)", "semantic")

Using version hierarchy
project = ERP AND "Affects Bundle" in betweenBundles("Qlik Sense, 11.11.4 (June 2017 Patch 3)","Qlik Sense, 13.0.0 (June 2019 Patch 1)")

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Deniz Oğuz

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Deniz Oğuz

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