Calculated number field based on Status

This is my current script :

 

<!-- @@Formula:
if (issue.get("Dev - Actual Effort Hours") == 0 )
return 0;

return (issue.get("Dev - Actual Effort Hours") /
(issue.get("Dev - Actual Effort Hours") + issue.get("Dev - Balance To Go Hrs")));
-->

<!-- @@Format:
return numberTool.format(Math.round(value*100))+" <b>%</b>";
-->

 

But I would like to set the return output to 100% when the Status goes to / has been to "Dev Completed".

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Why don't you simply clear the "Dev - Balance To Go Hrs" field when you reach the "Dev Completed" status?

Otherwise, you'll need to create a field that will "remember" that the issue went through the "Dev Completed" status at some point, and use that field in an if statement.

Hey David! Dev - Balance To Go Hrs is a calculated field which is the difference between Estimated and Actual. We don't want this changed as this will give us data on how estimates are being done.

Thanks for the inputs! I'll try to use a flag as suggested.

Just wanted to try and check if its doable in another way. smile

Ok, makes sense.

BTW, the field that "remembers" that the issue went through the "Dev Completed" status could also be a calculated field such as a Transition Date/Time or User field (if it's null, it means the issue never went through any of the specified transitions).

Yes. But I went and use a text field instead just in case it needs to be more flexible.

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