some project leads of our projects ask for a reporting feature which shows ALL the users of each issue who were Assignees. And they also need the info for each user how much time they spent as assignee with that issue (you know the developers get the money according these assignee-time spent duration.
We just upgraded our Jira to the version 5.1.2
How can we do that? Is there a plpugin or scripted field for that?
Thanks in advance for your hints and help!
I'm not aware of a solution to this that's publically available, but I did it for a client many years ago.
It was more as an exercise in learning plugin code, and I did it for Jira 3.3 I think, but I can't imagine it would work very much differently
I took the code for the "participants" field as a starting point, and changed it so that instead of looking for reporter, assignee and commenters, it looked through the history for all previous assignees.
That would only solve the first part of the problem for you though - I think you'd need something more like a report for the "show how much time a user spent as assignee".
You can get a list of the users who were involved in an issue from the Participants field. The easiest way of doing this is using the JIRA Toolkit Plugin.
An alternative way is using JQL and the WAS operator, e.g.:
project = "Angry Nerds" and (assignee was 'jsmith' or reporter was 'jsmith')
Hope this helps!
This is not a direct answer but shouldn't they be getting money based on the work logged instead of time spent as assignee? I am the assignee of hundreds of issues but I hardly spent time on all of them together!
your answer is exactly the same as I responsed to those project leads:)))
But they said that they will ignore those issues where somebody spent only 10 minutes as assignee (e.g. default assignee) and they insist to this report.
Have you got any idea how to achieve that?
In the meanwhile I found the Jira Toolkit plugin bit the participants custom field which is provided by this plugin is displays only the users that have commented on the issue.
All the info is stored in the issue History so it can be done I guess.
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