How can i get issues created with a specific Custom field "Group Solution" in EazyBi

Hi Guys,


I need a report that shows the number of issues opened in a specific month having as divisor the group that should solve the problem, this information is in the issue as a custom field named: "Group Solution".

I tried to do this:

Aggregate (
   Filter ([Assignee]. [User] .Members,
     CoalesceEmpty ([Assignee] .CurrentMember.get ('Groups'), '')
     MATCHES '. * (^ |,) TI Infrastructure / DataCenter ($ |,). *'

But the report only shows the issues that the user assignee has and is within the "solution group".


Could you help me?



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Assignee dimension represents users who are assigned to issue field Assignee in Jira, and it may change during the workflow. Therefore Assignee dimension won't return the desired result as it represents a bit different data set than Group Solution.

I recommend importing custom field "Group Solution" into eazyBI and use it in reports and calculations.

1) In eazyBI import options, section Custom Fields, select custom field "Group Solution" for data import as dimension and as property. And run data import.

2) After data import, new dimension "Group Solution" is available for your reports.

3) You may define a new calculated measure in Measures to calculated created issues of particular solution group. In this case, you may use a tuple of measure Issues created and a particular member of dimension Group Solution.

Zane Baranovska /


Thank You, It Worked !!


Danilo Ferrari

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