two questions in eazyBI:
1) I have two fields of issue type "Date Picker". I'm looking for a function similar to average resolution days but I need the time between the two customfields and not from created to resolved. If i use something like
[Measures].[Field B] - [Measures].[Field A]
i get an error. Also it only shows the error message, when I drill down into the single issues. If i only drill down until the issue level (e.g. "Bug"), I only get a blank field.
2) It's almost the same question but for fields of issue type "Date Time Picker". Here I was awaiting a timedifference in hours or minutes but also only got an error.
Can anyone provide a correct calculation for the fields?
Thanks in advance
In that case, you could ensure that you have imported these date fields as Issue properties and then you could try using "DateDiffDays" and "DateDiffHours" functions to calculate the difference between two date or date/time fields on Issue level.
DateDiffDays( [Measures].[Issue Actual start date], [Measures].[Issue resolution date] )
difference in days.jpg
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Here you could read more about DateDiffDays function
In a similar way, you could create a new calculated measure for DateDiffHours or DateDiffMinutes by choosing an appropriate formatting for it.
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