how to set due date for version # with due dates given for jira issues

we follow this procedure

1. create issues in an epic

2. give the due dates and affects versions to the issues present.

Now, I am trying to create a report through eazyBI in which we have to organize chart according to versions(x-axis) and due dates(y-axis). will be much appreciated help. TIA

1 answer

Hi Vamsi,

 

In that case, you could define a new calculated member in "Measures" dimension using this code example:

 

Tail(Filter(

[Time].[Day].Members,
([Measures].[Issues with due date],
[Affects version].CurrentMember)>0)).Item(0).StartDate


It should return the last due date from issues for each Affects Version.

 

Then you could select this measure and sort your report by this newly defined measure ascending to start with the lowest date.

After that, you could switch to "Line chart"

 

last due date for version.jpg

 

Note that you can filter your report by Project (in pages section) and dynamic date filter to limit the time members on your report.

 

Actually, you could find a similar example in our demo reports:

https://eazybi.com/accounts/1632/cubes/Issues/reports/67713-predicted-resolved-dates-per-fix-version

 

This example is using "Fix Version" and measure based on issues resolved, but the approach should be the same.

 

Please contact support@eazybi.com if you have further questions regarding this!

 

Kind regards,

Martins Vanags / support@eazybi.com

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