I am looking out to generate a report in crucible which summarizes the total review time for all the tickets during a month. Basically i want to have a report which shows time spent on indivudual tickets and summation of all the tickets with dates.
Any ideas how we can achieve this. I did google but didnt find anything else and I am new to crucible.
By ticket, do you mean JIRA issue ?
Knowing that each review contains an explicit link to a JIRA issue, you can use the following SQL as the basis Query to select the report you need directly from the Crucible database:
select r.cru_issue_key, sum(cru_time_spent) from cru_review_participant p, cru_review r where p.cru_review_id = r.cru_review_id group by r.cru_issue_key;
If you actually mean: Review when you say 'Ticket', then similarly you can use the following:
select i.cru_proj_key, i.cru_number, sum(cru_time_spent) from cru_review_participant p, cru_review r, cru_revpermaid i where p.cru_review_id = r.cru_review_id and i.cru_review_id = r.cru_review_id group by i.cru_review_id;
Thanks Nick for the quick response.
By ticket i mean the crucible review request. So the second query should be help. First one is also useful since we do use Jira as well.
I thought i can get something from the crucible reports rather than to query the database. Since i dont have the direct access to the database i need to look into a way to get those access rights.
But if you have something which can be directly accessed from the Crucible User Interface it would be really great.
There is nothing I am currently aware of unfortunately.
You could most likely create a Plugin however which renders such a report.
Alternatively, you could consider using the Crucible REST API to pull and aggregate the data you need.
You can get timeSpent from each review participant using the filter/details REST endpoint.
More information at https://docs.atlassian.com/fisheye-crucible/latest/wadl/crucible.html#d2e838
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