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Filter measures with subtask name and version



I am pretty new to eazyBi. 

I wanted to filter all subtasks with a particular version and subtask name  includes "XYZ". How can i do this in eazyBi dashboards? 


I have defined a new calculated measure with issue type as subtask and version.

How can i include the subtask name contains "XYZ" also into this measure or maybe create a new measure ?

Please find the attached screen short 

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Alokh R

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Hi @alokh ram,

​If you need to filter out issues based on a loose condition with several possible members, a tuple will not work.
​In that case, you need to process the set of filtered issues.

​The code fragment for filtering the set might be as follows.

--generate set of issues
DescendantsSet([Issue].CurrentHierarchyMember, [Issue].[Issue]), --filtering conditions ([Measures].[Issues created], [Issue type].[Sub-task], [Fix version].[<path to specific version>]) >0 AND [Issue].CurrentHierarchyMember.Name matches ".*XYZ.*" )

​You might then process the filtered set by counting members, summing, or averaging necessary measures.

​Oskars /

@Oskars Laganovskis Thank you for the response.

Can i create a single calculated measure under user defined measures option and include these code and it will work ? But in this case i am getting an error.

Please find the below screenshot what i have created and it works fine now.

In this case i have created 2 separate calculated member one for filtering fix version and issue type as sub task, and another for filtering the specific string.

Please let me know your thoughts 


@alokh ram 

Since the ultimate application of the issue filter was not disclosed, ​the provided code fragment only filters the set of issues for further processing.

​If you try using it right away as a measure - it will throw an error as the expression returns a set of issues, not a measure.

To count the number of filtered issues, you might create a calculated measure in the Measures dimension with the following expression.

Count(<expression for the set of issues>)

​If you want to sum a measure related to these issues, for example, hours spent - the expression might be as follows.

​Sum(<expression for the set of issues>,
    [Measures].[Hours spent])​

There are countless options for further processing of the filtered set.

The best option for you depends on the report's context and your further plans for analysis.

​Oskars / eazyBI support

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