scripted field total time a issue has been in open state

I m trying to show th total time a issue has been in open state. For that I m using a scripted field

and a modified script :

import com.atlassian.core.util.DateUtils
import com.atlassian.jira.ComponentManager
import com.atlassian.jira.issue.history.ChangeItemBean
 
def componentManager = ComponentManager.getInstance()
def changeHistoryManager = componentManager.getChangeHistoryManager()
 
def inProgressName = "Open"
 
def rt = [0]
changeHistoryManager.getChangeItemsForField (issue, "status").reverse().each {ChangeItemBean item ->
 
    def timeDiff = System.currentTimeMillis() - item.created.getTime()
    if (item.fromString == inProgressName) {
        rt << -timeDiff
    }
    if (item.toString == inProgressName){
        rt << timeDiff
    }
}
 
// NOTE: doesn't show anything if less than 60 seconds
DateUtils.getDurationString(Math.round(rt.sum() / 1000))

Problem is the field allways show 0m. Can someone help?

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That's just example code, not really production quality. It doesn't work if the status you are interested in is the first one.

I just made an edit - https://gist.github.com/jechlin/10928320

I think the problem is that you should use item.created.getTime()

com.atlassian.jira.issue.history.ChangeItemBean.getCreated() returns java.sql.Timestamp so you should call getTime() to get milliseconds.

Hi Boris,

no that doesn t help scripted field still shows 0m.

Isn't "<<" a bit-operator? I don't think that works with collections/arrays. Try this instead:

rt.add(timeDiff)

<< is overridden for collections in groovy.

Is there a way to get total time since creation but not closed?  I really wouldn't want to have to add up all the time between transitions as I would not know each transition it goes through.

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