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Find the most used impacted applications under a project/board

I would like to retrieve the most used impacted applications under a certain project/board using a JQL query or a dashboard gadget. Is that possible?


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Juan Carlos Vera
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Apr 05, 2023

Hi @Kocharla_ Elbert ,

You can see these data in a DashBoard Gadget, for example the "Pie Chart" Gadget.


Gadget Config:

  • Assign the "Project or Saved Filterrequired"
  • Assign the field aplication in "Statistic Typerequired"


And thats all...  it will Display the matching issues for a project or filter as a pie chart.

You are a HERO!! Thank you, Juan. Your solution worked like a charm. 

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Trudy Claspill
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Apr 05, 2023

Hello @Kocharla_ Elbert 

How do you determine the impacted application(s) in an issue? Is this a field? Can it have more than one value?

Assuming it is a field that is a selection list, you can retrieve all the issues that have values in that field. Then in a Dashboard you can use the Two Dimensional Statistics gadget to display the count of issues for each value by defining that field as one Axis and another field (maybe Issue Type) as the other Axis.

Juan answered my question, Trudy. Appreciate your response. 

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