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

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