I am able to add the "Created Vs Resolved" gadget to my Confluence wiki page and modify it with to use a specific filter which looks at issues raised during a named phase of testing on my current project. The phase in question is "regression". This is fine at the moment as we have just completed the regression phase and so the graph plots all issues as expected.
As part of the setup, you can specify the number of "days previous" - the graph as I understand works back from today to the number of days previous specified.
Let's say I set "days previous" to be 30 days, but I then go back to this graph 40 days after the close of the phase of testing that the filter applied to the graph uses. Would this mean that I see nothing on my graph?
How can I get the graph to look at the period in question - e.g. fix a date in time and the apply days previous to that date rather than "today"?
Yes, in Jira Issues macro you can specify any JQL you need.
Table Excerpt Include works as a reference to Table Excerpt, so you do not need to copy Jira Issues macro.
In Pivot Table macros you need to specify date format and date period for aggregation. And choose Created and Resolved columns as row labels in these macros.
And in Chart from Table macro specify date format if you are going to create Time Line chart.
With our add-ons Great Gadgets for Jira Server and Great Gadgets for Jira Cloud you can have a Created vs Resolved chart on your dashboard that allows selecting a time range. On Jira Server the gadgets can be imported in Confluence.
In the 10 gadgets offered by the add-on, there is a Release Burndown / Burnup Chart gadget than can be easily configured as Created vs Resolved Chart. Just take a look at this example.
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