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Can any eazybi expect help out

Hi Guys,


How can i check issues that were in a particular status at a particular time.

Fer example, I have a project A and i want to check the issues that were in "In Progress" on Januray 31st.



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Fabian Lim
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Apr 08, 2023

Hi @Ismail Sanni

I suggest you check the eazybi community for detailed examples. This one may help you:

You basically scroll through the specific date and drill through/into the issues.



Thanks @Fabian Lim

I used the issue history option but it is giving me a different number of issues compared to using JQL.

Oskars Laganovskis
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Apr 11, 2023

Hi @Ismail Sanni,

​The measure Issues history provides the status at the end of the day.

​Suppose you are looking for all issues that have been in a specific status at some moment during the day. In that case, you might use the measures "Transitions from status" or "Transitions form status issues count" for finding issues that have had transitions OUT of that status on the day.

​However, the measure Issues history and the transitions measures relate to the rest of the report context.

​Please feel free to contact us directly with more details, like the JQL used and the definition of your report.

​Oskars / eazyBI support

Hi @Ismail Sanni 


The "Issues history" measure shows the number of issues in each of the Transition Statuses at the end of your selected period.

If an issue was "In Progress" at the end of Jan 31st, it will be counted in the "Issues history" measure. However, if the issue was "In Progress" at the beginning of Jan 31st but then at the end of the day moved to "Done", it will not be counted toward the "Issues history" measure for "In Progress".

You can read more about Issue change history measures here in our documentation:


If you wish to see all issues that were "In Progress" on Jan 31st, even if by the end of Jan 31st they were moved to a different Status, you can define a new calculated measure in the Measures dimension with the following formula:

[Measures].[Issues history]
[Measures].[Transitions from status issues count]

Let me know if this works as expected!

Best regards,

​Nauris / eazyBI support

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