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EazyBI - Calculated member for hours spent on specific set of Issue Keys


I how do i create a calculated member which sums all hours spent on specific Issue Key or a group of Issue Keys 



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Can we add work log or time spend of specific issues on subtask containing some issue summary keywords?


There are a couple of discussions on a similar topic in the eazyBI community:
The post explains how to create an aggregated member in the Issue dimension using the pattern of the issue summary. The approach mentioned should work for not too large data accounts, and it is possible to make it more optimal using the Javascript calculated custom field:



Janis, eazyBI support

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You can create a Calculated member: 

[Measures].[Hours spent]


you can have other filters or calculated members that can filter down.   do you have example of a report?   

Hi, I am wondering how I cam sum hours on a monthly basis (with fixed start date Aug 01 2018 to Aug 30 2018) as a calculated member in eazyBI?


Thanks in advance

The best way is using Time month selection on Pages. However, if you do not want to use Pages selection and would like to address a particular Time member in a calculation, you can use tuples.


Here is an example, how to address August'2018 in a tuple:

([Measures].[Hours spent],
[Time].[Month].DateMember('01 AUG 2018'))

The tuple above will retrieve you hours spent for August (Aug 01 2018 to Aug 30 2018)

You can address periods more dynamically as well. Here is an example of how to retrieve hours spent of previous month:

([Measures].[Hours spent],


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