I'm experimenting with Dashboards and would like to know that for a given Release, how many defects are related to each story. ?
Currently we create a story and push it all the way through to Done, if during QA we find a problem we raise a defect and associate it to the original story. Therefore giving us a small indication off the quality of that story.
I would like to build a report that shows all the stories in a release, with the number of defects raised against it .. but I don't see how that is possible, Extending it further we have plans to raise specific defect types (user raised vs dev raised) against the story - and would aim to show both these numbers against the story
Hello @Paul Simpkins Welcome,
Getting the count of the defects connected to a story is not directly possible.
you can try to get the individual defect count data from a Release or sprint using a JQL like:
Project = <name> AND Issuetype = Defect AND Release = <Release name>
Project = <name> AND Issuetype = Defect AND Sprint = <Sprint ID>
With this you can use in the various available widgets in Jira.
also have a look at Jira Structures https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/34717/structure-project-management-at-scale?hosting=cloud&tab=overview
With Structures you can explore deep and add more filters and JQL at various level of your backlog hierarchy.
There are few addons to Jira that may help you to visualize the described situation. One of them is BigPicture/BigGantt. The plugin allows you to create a no-limited number of WBS levels. Task Structure can be created based on both build-in task attributes (e.g., Version, Epic link, Component, Sprint) as well as Jira links. Moreover, the Gantt view displays a timeline and aggregated values on a Story and Version level.
Below you can find a simplified example.
Please let me know if you have more questions.
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