We are opening stories bugs as sub tasks and adding in sub task summary “[Bug]” in order that I will be able to filter them out easily
How can I get the # of sub task bugs I have per user story / Epic ?
I tried below but it is not valid :
If(issueFunction in subtasksOf("issuetype = Story") AND issueFunction in issueFieldMatch("project = XXX", "summary", "\\[Bug\\]") AND Status!= 'Done' ;1)
The JQL query I can use in Jira to get this data is :
(project = XXX AND issueFunction in subtasksOf("issuetype = Story") AND issueFunction in issueFieldMatch("project = XXX", "summary", "\\[Bug\\]"))
Any suggestion ?
Thank in advance
You can use the Formula column for showing how many ‘Bug’ Stories are there in the Epic or their parent Story. The formula for that would look like this:
Where bug is the summary of the Bug Stories.
Please note: if your Structure version is not 4.3 and higher, the SUM aggregate function will not be available to you. In that case use the IF(summary="bug",1) formula instead and select the ‘Sum over sub-items’ option in the Formula’s configuration.
Please let us know if the suggested formula for a Formula column works.
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