The easy answer would be "use status WAS reopened" but it doesn't help me in the case that a particulary issue were reopened several times for different users. So I need to know how many reopened issues have each user.
For example if a issue were reopened 2 times for different users then my result should be
If I export to xml a result from a filter it doesn't help me either because it doesn't have an history of the issue in order to know who was the user responsable to the reopened.
Using the issue navigator, or JQL in the issue navigator will only net you the tickets that were re opened, and each one as a single line item. Unfotunately, there is no way to show the count of how many times they were re opened, or to have them show as multiple line items in the issue navigator. You may be able to grab this data using the REST API though:
Just to clarify, are you saying that you want to collect data for issues that were reopened, but what you want to know is of those reopened issues, the person who reopened it, and if was reopened multiple times, know all the different people who reopened it?
I can't think of a way to do it from your example, but what you could do (mind you this is most plausible if you have a small user base) is search:
status WAS "Reopened" by user1
You could run the search for each user and find a way to compare the results (merging exported excel sheets?). Not optimal, but possible.
If you want to modify it to also be at a status (I'm assuming you were thinking Reopened for that as well?), then:
status = "Reopened" AND status WAS "Reopened" by user1
As for #2, there's no easy way I can think of; you would have to look at the history of the issue, or again you would have to do another search using this query, and then find a way to merge the data with the previous results to get everything in the same place:
status = "Reopened" and status WAS "Resolved" by developer1
It's worth noting that, although it won't help with data you already have, for the future you could use some tricks with scripts and/or plugins to collect that data in a way that is more easily searchable.
I guess you got multiple solutions from your other closed thread - https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/126139/reopened-statistics (just create a custom field and store the value while resolving (or in which ever status you want to capture) an issue)
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