JIRA eazyBI conditional cumulation problem

Min Tang
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October 29, 2019

Hi, I try to use a user define member, but it returns nothing, could someone please tell me what I've done wrong?


(the ProblemFoundInRelease is imported as diememsion)



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Roberts Čāčus
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December 10, 2021

Hi @Min Tang ,

From the screenshot, I can't determine if the ProblemFoundInRelease dimension is selected in the report or not. However, with the suggestion below, I assume it is not.

Your calculated measure is empty because the ProblemFoundInRelease dimension is not present in the report, or a member is selected, not matching the specified name.

I suppose you intend to retrieve the cumulative number of issues created weekly, matching the value "MOF.4..." in the specific field. In that case, I recommend defining a calculated member in the ProblemFoundInRelease dimension, aggregating all the members matching the naming convention. The formula could look similar to the one below:

[ProblemFoundInRelease].CurrentMember.Name MATCHES ".*MOF\.4.*"

See more details on creating calculated members in dimensions and how they differ from calculated measures here - https://docs.eazybi.com/eazybi/analyze-and-visualize/calculated-measures-and-members#Calculatedmeasuresandmembers-Howtodefineanewcalculatedmember.

 Next, remove the CASE WHEN conditions from the calculated measure "MOF4Pr" and create a tuple of the measure "Issues created" and the ProblemFoundInRelease dimension calculated member defined in the first step.


Roberts // support@eazybi.com

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Fabian Lim
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December 9, 2021

Hi @Min Tang

You can use a combination of SUM and filters with a match statement as described in this post to get the isues created by week: https://community.eazybi.com/t/filter-issues-using-summary-which-contains-a-specific-word/7987

You can then use the same formula that you use for the cumulative count.  


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