EazyBi - how to show the JIRA # in a report

We have a report showing all open subtasks and we would like to show the JIRA number and subtask # in a separate column. 

It currently reads "JIRA-63 / JIRA-73 sometext....."

Thanks!

 

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Hi Belinda,

You may use issue properties to see issue key and issue parent key in separate columns.

In Measures >> Calculated members >> Issue properties, you can find a measure "Issue parent key".

To get "Issue Key" you may define new measure and use this formula to get issue properties:

[Issue].CurrentHierarchyMember.get('DISPLAY_KEY')

issue_key.png

Regards,

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