We use Agile in our organisation. And one of the metrics that our PMs are interested in is to track the epic progress in units of time spent, time remaining and original estimate of all the stories underneath the epic.
filter results obtained by adding the metric Sigma(Time spent) and Sigma(Remaining time) is what I need but this only rolls up data for sub-tasks. Not for issue underneath the Epic.
In short, say I have two stories in my epic (story-1, 2 hrs remaining, and story-2, 4 hours remainaing) , i want to see 6 hours under the Sigma( remaining time) when I query my epic name)
Any idea how i can achieve this.
I've been looking into this for a while and I just found an add-on that does it as well, and looks customizable to boot.
Or a simpler free one.
We have a similar requirement, but I wanted to clarify if you meant you need this information exposed within searches or just for viewing. Currently we use both approaches but they require independant solutions.
For just viewing the relevant data on an Epic when you view it, we ended up creating a custom add-in that displays extra information with the information you ask on the Epic screen. For actually searching, we created some custom Groovy (Script Runner) fields that roll-up the same information and expose it so that it's available in the JIRA Queries.
I can ping you back with more details, but let me know if either of the two scenarios we have match yours. (The Costs are just blanked out for the screenshot)
I have the exact same question as Rahul, and I guess what we want here is the ability to see the aggregation on the Epic screen but also on any search. So I guess you have this Subtasks Estimate column in each search result. Could you share with us your customizations? I am using JIRA ON DEMAND.
Thanks in advance;
Yes, sure, I can send you some more info early next week. I am not super familiar with JIRA On Demand, but I think it has the ability to run the Groovy Script Runner plugin. If you can confirm that, then it's just a matter of setting up the field definitions.
Chat next week!
Hi Saleem, We also need to be able to aggregate estimated time and spent time at epic level (in views and in searches, particularly in searches). Unless a new and easier solution has been made since March (pls. let me know if that is the case), we are ready to install the Groovy Script Runner, if you are willing to post your field definitions here. Thanks /Lasse
Hi guys, apologies on the really late answer. Please find the Groovy Field definition for the bits required to enable a custom field that will display the total estimate time for an epic's sub-issues/sub tasks. They have to be linked to the Epic via the Epic-Story link field.
Change the .originalEstimate appropriately to reflect either remaining time or actual time.
Hit me back if you have any further questions. The add-on method uses basically the same query but packaged up nicely in a panel etc with the breakdown.
def componentManager = ComponentManager.getInstance()
def issueLinkManager = componentManager.getIssueLinkManager()
def totalTimeForSubtasksEstimated = 0
def firstLevelChildIssue = outLink.destinationObject
if (outLink.getIssueLinkType().getName().equals("Epic-Story Link"))
// Process normal Epics-Story/Bug-Subtask structure
def secondLevelChildIssue = outLinkSubtask.destinationObject
totalTimeForSubtasksEstimated += secondLevelChildIssue.originalEstimate ?: 0
return (totalTimeForSubtasksEstimated ? componentManager.getJiraDurationUtils().getFormattedDuration(totalTimeForSubtasksEstimated) : null)
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