Total number of issues (completed/not completed)--- no. of hours used to complete per Issue (per Epic total) – Issues/hours that were underestimated/overestimated -- planned/unplanned Issues and hours breakdown (%) etc. –
I tried the following and couldn't make it work as there is a limitation in using variables in JQL. Please let me know.
project = <MY_PROJECT> AND status in (Open, "In Progress",Resolved, Done) AND remainingEstimate != originalEstimate ORDER BY "Epic Name"
ERROR : The value 'originalEstimate' for field 'remainingEstimate' is invalid. Please specify a positive duration format; for example: '1h 30m', '2d'.
Based on the error, I see the remainingEstimate and originalEstimate must be mentioned as variables inorder for the get the values for the respective variables. I couldn't get lucky using variables using $ or another expression.
Note : Above query is incomplete, as the syntax error didn't let me to write filters for remaining metrics to proceed further
SQL for JIRA also supports comparisons based on regular and custom fields among any other JIRA data. Example:
select i.key from issues i where JQL=' project = <MY_PROJECT> AND status in (Open, "In Progress",Resolved, Done) ORDER BY "Epic Name" ' and i.originalestimate = i.remainingestimate
Then convert back the SQL above into a JIRA JQL:
issue in sql("<the SQL for JIRA query above>")
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