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help with eazyBI filter

Hello Community!


I'm new to eazyBI app and I need in your help.

We use multiple fix versions on one issue.
For example, we can have issue with fix versions: "Release 2.5", "Release 2.6", "Release 2.7".
It means that issue was resolved just in the last "Release 2.7".

Now I want to create a report that will show issue in releases through that logic.

We have 8 projects, that create version with the same names.
For aggregate them I created two formulas (the first column in screen):
- "[Fix Version.By name].[Release 2.6]" and named it 2.6.
- "[Fix Version.By name].[Release 2.7]" and named it 2.7.

My problem is that I see issue with multiple fix versions in both versions (screen).


Is it possible to write formula that will show that issue just in Release 2.7?

 

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1 answer

Hi Alexander,

Try to write this expression:  

[Fix Version].CurrentHierarchyMember.Name MATCHES 'Release 2.7'

 

https://community.eazybi.com/t/filter-fix-version-by-specific-name-and-a-status/5067

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