How to see bugs which were fixed from build XXX till build YYY?

Hello,

I would like to get a list of all bugs which were fixed between 2 specific builds. What would be the command for this?

I need this to get a change logs - and if you can suggest better process to do it, that would be great. We have TeamCity installed, and TeamCity does set the build numbers automatically. This is very convinient, and that's probably why we got lazy and never used Version field... Should we? Usecase is very simple - we shipped something to client, and next week client expects another build with the change log - so he would know what to test. One tricky part here though - what if bug XXX was fixed for build A, then was reopened, and then fixed again for build B - how would I track this situation?

Please let us know what's the best practice for this, how should we use YouTrack.

Thanks,

Alexey

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Hello Alexey,

The only way you can currently display the list of bug in a certain range of builds is to explicitly specify these builds - for example, in: YouTrack fix for: 73, 76, 79, 70

However, search by range is scheduled for next version. You can vote for the corresponding feature request: http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/JT-3029

Whether bugs that were fixed two or more times are displayed with "fix for: <build number>" request depends on whether an assignee manually changes "fixed in build" value after re-fixing, OR resets "fixed in build" to "Next build" before re-fixing (in the latter case, TeamCity is able to substitute "Next build" with an exact build number).

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Next YouTrack version should also feature customizable workflows that should help make sure that a reopened issue resets its "fixed in build" value automatically. You can vote for the feature request: http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/JT-2838

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