Two-Dimensional Filter Statistics Gadget

Hi Atlassian Team,

 

JIRA supports Multiple values of field Test Case Status , currently users use same field to track status of different releases. Lets say we have two parallel release Rel_X and Rel_Y and test case TC_01 is applicable for both the releases so got executed in both and to track its execution in both the releases generally user marks them as Pass_Rel X, Pass_Rel Y respectively. So final value of Test Case Status for TC_01 is Pass_Rel X, Pass_Rel Y.

Now if we want to track status of Rel X (how many test cases passed, how many failed ) ,we will apply filter like   (project = TCM AND "Application Name" = MOSO AND status != Closed AND Module = Sync_Kracken and "Release Version" = "Rel X" and "Test Case Status" = "Pass_Rel_X" ) this will return us list of test cases passed in Rel X.

Let's say TC_01 is passed in both the releases so have Test Case Status value as (Pass_Rel_X, Pass_Rel_Y). So TC_01 will come in results as it satisifies the filter condition.

If we use same filter mentioned above in Two-Dimensional Filter Statistics Gadget and  select an X axis field to be Test Case Status then it displays all values of Test Case Status  for TC_01 in the Gadget (both values Pass_Rel X, Pass_Rel Y ) While we need status only of Rel_X and that is what we mentioned in our filter also. So it would be great if we can get a sub option to select any one value out of multiple values of Test Case Status field, so that we can track execution status of test cases per release. 

Thanks

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>JIRA supports Multiple values of field Test Case Status

You'll need to explain how it is doing that - is it a multi-select field or something else?  Something coming from an add-on?

Hi Nic,

 

Test Case status field template is used as label_searcher.

I am not able to attach snapshot.

Field description:

Test Case Status:  
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Begin typing to find and create labels or press down to select a suggested label.

 

 

Ok, that makes sense.  The problem now is that you're expecting the gadget to be configured with information you are not giving it.

You will need to refine your filter to report on what you actually want.  Doing a secondary selection on the gadget level is quite a lot of complex coding you'd need to add, and it's inefficient and unclear.

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