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Trying to get some data on review completion percentage per reviewer

I am attempting to do this with EyeQL, but I can't quite figure it out.

Basically, I want to know, for a given time period (say, a week), how many reviews each reviewer was involved with, and, of those, how many each reviewer was able to complete.

So, I would see something like:

Reviewer | Reviews Assigned | Reviews Completed

Joe Dev | 10 | 7

Was looking for this through EyeQL, because I am combining it in a spreadhseet with some other data I was able extract.

Is this possible?

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Went directly to the database, instead.

Hi Evan,

You can use EyeQL to find revisions that are under review, but you can't use it to determine whether or not a particular author has completed a review or not.

You can however get the necessary data out of the REST API. I'd recommend getting a list of reviews for a particular time period using:

/rest-service/reviews-v1/filter?fromDate=<value>&toDate=<value>

Then calling iteratively calling:

/rest-service/reviews-v1/{id}/reviewers

for each returned review to determine which reviewers are assigned to each review and which have completed it (indicated by the <completed>) element.

Check out the REST API guide for more info on using the FishEye and Crucible REST APIs.

cheers,

Tim

It's a little weird that I have to write my own app to see this information.

I am hoping to get read-only access to the DB, directly, to try to generate these reports.

Thank you, though, for pointing this out to me. It has been great to learn, although, it seems a little buggy. Or, at least inconsistent. "fromDate" and "toDate" in the URI I'm playing with don't seem to do anything, although other parameters do. Not sure what's up with that.

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