eazyBi show time logged during selected sprint

I have an eazyBi report for time logged by epic.

my columns include the Epic Link.

my rows include: Measures -> Calculated members -> Hours spent with sub-tasks

my pages include: Project, Sprint, and Logged by (user)


the problem is that when I select a sprint I see all the time logged for all the issues in the sprint. for issues that span multiple sprints (unfortunately that happens sometimes) the report will tally all the logged time.


how can I limit the report to select only the log entries between the selected sprint's start and end dates?


Many thanks,


1 answer

Hi Naor,

Please try the following formula to sum 'Hours spent with sub-tasks' measure only in days that are within selected Sprint 

  Descendants([Time].CurrentHierarchyMember, [Time].[Day]),
  [Measures].[Time within Sprint] > 0
), [Measures].[Hours spent with sub-tasks])

Kind regards,

I have a similar report:

my columns include Measures -> Calculated members -> [Original estimated hours] and [Hours spent with sub-tasks]

my rows include Issue and Logged by (user) dimensions

my pages include Project and Sprint dimensions

and trying the above formula, I see there are some issues not calculated as expected because they have been removed from the selected sprint and added to the next sprint. They are listed as "Issues Not Completed" in the Sprint report.

Doing some investigation, I verified the logged hours are not returned by the [Hours spent with sub-tasks] field, even if they are correctly included into the Burndown chart for the selected sprint.

Do you have any suggestion for reporting logged hours (Hours spent) through a different field?

Thanks, Antonino.

Any update on this? 
How to get hours spent for issues that are not completed in the sprint? 

The formula below takes into account hours spent in Sprint for incomplete issues as well:

  Descendants([Issue].CurrentMember, [Issue].[Issue]),
  ([Measures].[Transitions to],
   [Time].CurrentHierarchy.DefaultMember) > 0),
    { [Time].CurrentHierarchy.Levels('Day').DateMember([Sprint].CurrentMember.get('Start date')):
      [Time].CurrentHierarchy.Levels('Day').DateMember([Sprint].CurrentMember.get('End date')) },
    [Measures].[Issues history] > 0) ,
     NonZero (([Measures].[Hours spent],

The formula could have performance issues. 


Currently, we are working on changes in Sprint scope management to improve precision and performance. 


Daina / support@eazybi.com

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