Accessing the 'Execution Times' value in JIRA Suite Utilities

Hi All

In JIRA Suite Utilities it is possible to see the number of times an issue has been in a particular state by looking at the "Execution Times" field. Is there a way to access this information without having to open each bug and look in a results set.

For example it would be great to be able to run a filter say for a particular version and only see issues that have been resolved more than once. In this way enabling a value for churn to be obtained.



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I'm afraid not. The information you see there is not stored, it's calculated and displayed when you look at the issue.

You'll need to get around this with a derived/calculated custom field that duplicates the functionality - the script runner plugin allows you to create searchable fields like that if you don't want to find/write one for yourself.

Hi Nic...

Alas thats what I thought the reply would be. OK I will take a look at the things you mentioned.

As ever thanks for the reply.


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