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  2. XPORTER-905

The clause with duedate > '${dateformat("yyyy/MM/dd"):DueDate}' on JQLIssuesCount is not working properly

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    • Sprint:
      R5.1.0 Sprint 3
    • Story Points:
      2
    • Automated Test Case:
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      Automation v7:
      word: testTemplate57
      excel: testSuite46DueDate
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      Automation v7: word: testTemplate57 excel: testSuite46DueDate Automation v6: word: testTemplate57 excel: testSuite46DueDate
    • Requirement Status:

      Release 5.1.0 - OK

      Release 5.1.0-j6 - OK

      Description

      The clause with

      duedate > '${dateformat("yyyy/MM/dd"):DueDate}'

      on JQLIssuesCount is not working properly on Excel.

      This doesn't work:

      #{for i=JQLIssuesCount|clause= issuetype = "Task" AND  duedate > '${dateformat("yyyy/MM/dd"):Due Date}' order by summary}			
      ${JQLIssues[i].Summary}
      #{end}			
      

      This is working properly.

      #{for i=JQLIssuesCount|clause= issuetype = "Task" AND  duedate > '2017/01/01' order by summary}			
      ${JQLIssues[i].Summary}
      #{end}			
      

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            Assignee:
            sdrg Severino Goios
            Reporter:
            sdrg Severino Goios
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