create new formula in eazybi....

Hi there.

I’m a beginner first of all, and I have small problem with create new formula.

I tried to figure it out with documentation and this Answers page, but I failed it ;(

I want to make a report like this.

<colgroup><col span="2" width="68"> <col width="133"> <col span="4" width="68"> </colgroup>
Version Released Released date total bug before release after released defect detection %
1.0.1 ver O 2013-12-01 11:04 38 20 18 52.63
1.0.2 ver O 2013-12-06 15:43 20 18 2 90.00
1.0.3 ver O 2013-12-10 13:12 32 20 12 62.50
1.0.4 ver O 2013-12-17 10:12 22 14 8 63.64
1.0.5 ver 9

Problems are ‘before released’ and ‘after released’. I have no idea how to create that formula…

I think if I can refer specific column, for example [issue].currentmember, it can be solved right away.

‘casue I think if I build a new formula in ‘Measures’ dimension which gives value ‘1’ if the bug issue created before version released. Then I can get ‘before released’ column with Sum aggregator..

Has anybody an idea..?

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Please see eazyBI sample report with "Issues created before fix version release date" and "Issues created after fix version release date" measures. You can expand Measures / Calculated members and show formulas of these calculated measures and copy them to your own eazyBI installation.

I can't access sample report. can I see this report sample?

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