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How to create a custom Time Tracking Report to use the interval fields from KCF - Kepler Custom Fields.

Celina Kincaid Jun 05, 2013

The default Jira Time Tracking Report uses the time tracking fields within Jira. We use these for our development hours.

We created two custom interval fields from KCP - Kepler Custom Fields that are used to track the QA estimate and current QA work logged.

I have a script to show on each ticket the amount of QA time left. What I'd like to do is build a version of the default Jira Time Tracking Report that shows me the total time spent and remaining based on the two CUSTOM interval fields from Kepler.

Any ideas/suggestions are appreciated.

Thank you

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Florin Manaila Jun 06, 2013

The JIRA Time Tracking Report only knows about the standard time tracking fields. The best you can do is to create a simple filter and add the custom fields to it.

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