If I understand you correctly, you should be able to write a JQL that will show the issues that have had a status change (even for a particular time period). SOmething like:
issuetype = Bug AND Status changed TO "Reopen" DURING (2019-09-01, 2019-09-30)
If you don't want the time period, simply drop the part starting with DURING
I hope that helps!
It's not going to be able to do that directly. You might try this:
issuetype = Bug AND Status changed FROM Open TO "Reopen" DURING (2019-09-01, 2019-09-30)
and then run again for:
issuetype = Bug AND Status changed FROM Reopen TO "Open" DURING (2019-09-01, 2019-09-30)
JQL returns a list of issues. It doesn't return a number based on conditions in the issue.
If you want to track "iterations" then make a custom field called "iterations" as a number field, and then add a post function in every transition that should increase the iterations to increment it by 1.
You will need a addon for that post function, as native jira doesnt have the ability to do a calculation to a field.
Actually, finding a Addon to increment by 1 isn't as easy as it sounds. PowerScripts or Scriptrunner cold do it. There may be others.
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