EazyBI - Issues in an Epic

Hello there guys,

Is there a way in EazyBI I can create a table with all the epics, and I would be able to click que plus button and see all the issues linked to it? 

Kind regards. 

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You need put in two dimensions in rows - "Epic Link" and "Issues" and "Measures" in columns. For simplest case choose "Issues created" from "Measures". Please see example - https://eazybi.com/accounts/1632/cubes/Issues#report/test%20epics%20with%20issues%20hours%20spent

Hi, The example seem to be dead. Do you have a new link to achieve that ? 


Thank you


There is a better way to work with the Epic links since the version 4.1.0 of eazyBI. When you select the Epic link custom field in the data import screen, the Epic issue hierarchy is created in the Issue dimension. The new hierarchy allows creating reports like in this example: https://eazybi.com/accounts/1000/cubes/Issues/reports/78204-issue-epic-gant-charta

You can still use the Epic link dimension to create reports like this:

Please, see more in the eazyBI documentation site here on Epic links and hierarchy:

Best regards,

EazyBI Support

Hi EazyBI team,

I am getting below error in EazyBI plugin for jira

"you do not have access to this cube report in jira eazyBI"

How to resolve this issue?

Awaiting your reply



Hi Prashant,


This issue seems unrelated to the topic above.

Please provide more details to support@eazyBI.com so they can help you.


Best regards,

Martins / eazyBI team

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