Unfortunately, we don't have integration with this add-on yet.
Perhaps we could add some of the table grid editor fields already in one of the next eazyBI versions, if you share more details to firstname.lastname@example.org - what fields, hierarchies, dimensions or columns you would expect to see in eazyBI reports.
From your display name I see that you represent IDalko. Could you also explain then if and how eazyBI could access URL of XML (or JSON), that can be used for REST API import.
Martins Vanags / Support
The table grid editor allows to store tabular data in a database table. This table is automatically created based on the configuration of the grid. Note that this table can be created in the database used by JIRA or any external other database.
There is an extensive API (rest or java) which allows to access this data. For instance the read REST api allows to extract individual rows stored in the grid
I'm not sure how eazybi is working and how it could include the data managed by the table grid, but giving its tabular nature it might be a good fit for eazyBI.
Thanks for your continuing interest on this topic. The solution for the data import is still under consideration. The Table Grid is a flexible tool and the solution to integrate the table grid data into the eazyBI Jira Issues model might not be straightforward.
Sorry for not providing too much good news regarding the potential integration, I will keep you posted when anything new regarding this appears.
Janis, eazyBI support
Thank for your interest in this topic. The solution for the data import from Table grid is still under consideration
Please follow the changelog for eazyBI to find about recent changes in the product
Martins, eazyBI support
My goodness, guys, Francis has a valid point. It would help us so much too, if we could take out information from table grid and analyse this data with eazybi.
As far as i see, one must setup the customfield in the advanced section of eazybi.
@franciscould you provide information, how the data is actually stored (is it a textfield)
From my testing I found out, that eazybi can not handle the datatype of this field.
@Mārtiņš Vanagsas far as I know you have some 'supergirls' sitting in your support team, which properbly find a solution in no time. :-)
Help is much appreciated