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EazyBI: Show all issues in a sprint

Hi,

 

I'm looking for a way to show all issues in eazyBI, which where in our sprints. In Jira, I can use a JQL like

Sprint = "Sprintname"

and I can see all the issues. For our latest Sprint there are 14 issues (some of them were in previous sprints and some of them are not resolved). I imported the Sprint field in eazyBI as dimension and property, but I cannot display all 14 issues in the sprint. It doesn't matter if I use "Measures.Issues created", "Measures.Sprint issues committed" or "Sprint issues added" as columns. There are always some issues missing.

 

Kind Regards

Jan

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Hi Jan,

Each measure provides Sprint related data from a different perspective. 

  • Sprint issues committed - count of issues at the moment when a sprint was started.
  • Sprint issues added - count of issues which have been moved to a selected sprint while the sprint was active. Does not include issues committed at the start of a sprint.
  • Issues created - count of issues in a sprint. If an issue was in several sprints, then an issue is counted only for the last sprint.



If you would like to get a count of all issues which have been in the sprint at some point, then you may define new calculated measure based on measures "Sprint issues committed" and "Sprint issues added".
A formula for the calculated measure may look like this:

[Measures].[Sprint issues committed] 
+ 
[Measures].[Sprint issues added]



Best,
Zane Baranovska / support@eazybi.com

Thanks Zane, works perfectly.

 

Regards,

Jan

how do i calculate committed and completed?

@Inbal Golan, you may use measures Sprint issues committed and Sprint issues completed, those measures are generated by eazyBI.

In eazyBI documentation, you can get a list of available measures to analyze Sprints and story points.

 

Best,

Zane / support@eazyBI.com

Thank you for the answer Zane.

But this does not help because I'm interested to calculate only the original time estimation of the issues that were committed (not added) AND completed in a sprint

I see; in that case, you may define new calculated measures to calculate the original estimate for committed issues in a Sprint.

The formula for calculated measures may look like this:

Sum(
-- set of issues commited for a sprint
Filter(
Descendants([Issue].CurrentMember,[Issue].[Issue]),
[Measures].[Sprint issues committed] > 0
),
-- sum up original estimate
([Measures].[Original estimated hours],
[Sprint].DefaultMember)
)

You may check out this conversation How to select tasks that were completed in a certain sprint as well, where my colleague has provided an answer on the similar use case.

@Zane eazyBI Support thanks a lot, i'm going to check this out right away.

@Zane eazyBI Support the calculated member you suggested will take into account all the committed while I need to calculate only the completed ones.

How can i filter the completed only?

@Inbal Golan, You can modify the filter part of the provided formula (my answer on Aug 01, 2018).

For example, to calculate the original estimate for completed issues, a formula may look like this:

Sum(
-- set of issues completed in a sprint
Filter(
Descendants([Issue].CurrentMember,[Issue].[Issue]),
-- filter conditions for issues
[Measures].[Sprint issues completed] > 0
),
-- sum up original estimate
([Measures].[Original estimated hours],
[Sprint].DefaultMember)
)


And to calculate the original estimate for issues which were committed and completed in as sprint, a formula may look like this:

Sum(
-- set of issues committed AND completed in a sprint
Filter(
Descendants([Issue].CurrentMember,[Issue].[Issue]),
-- filter conditions for issues
[Measures].[Sprint issues committed] > 0
AND [Measures].[Sprint issues completed] > 0
),
-- sum up original estimate
([Measures].[Original estimated hours],
[Sprint].DefaultMember)
)

 


Check out eazyBI documenation, where you will find more information how to build calculated measures and a list of available function and some examples how to apply them.

Thank you @Zane eazyBI Support, for some reason i had an issue with the AND syntax.

It works great now! your quick replies are highly appreciated.

Hi @Zane eazyBI Support ,

 

I am wondering how I can get the issues that were only created in an active sprint and filter out issues that moved from previous sprints.

 

Thanks

Hi @Alan Gman ,

 

You can try creating a new calculated measure, that looks for issues whose  date of addition to the current Sprint matches the first date the issue was added to any Sprint. Please have a look at the picture below:

Sum(
Filter(
Descendants([Issue].CurrentHierarchyMember,[Issue].[Issue]),
Not IsEmpty([Measures].[Issue Sprint])
AND
(
[Transition field].[Sprint],
[Measures].[Transition to first timestamp],
[Sprint].CurrentHierarchyMember
)
=
(
[Transition field].[Sprint status],
[Measures].[Transition to first timestamp],
[Sprint].CurrentHierarchy.DefaultMember
)
),([Measures].[Issues created],[Sprint].CurrentHierarchy.DefaultMember)
)

For this to work, have the Sprint dimension "Sprint" members in the report.

 

Best,

Roberts // support@eazybi.com

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