Take a look on eazyBI reporting application with JIRA integration. It will perform regular import from JIRA and will create several pre-defined sample reports as well as you can create custom reports using any standard JIRA fields as well as selected custom fields. You can create reports, charts and dashboards in easy drag-and-drop style.
You can try https://www.jirareports.com. It is a cloud based tool that allows creation of free form reports for OnDemand and hosted Jira instances. It offers different types of reports such as bar chart, matrix reports etc. and has a rich set of features available, such as publishing the reports, calculated fields and export capabilities.
You can generate daily, weekly or monthly reports using Weekdone JIRA reporting and dashboards add-on: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.weekdone.atlassian-connect.jira
It's mainly to get a really quick and simple visual overview of how you or your team is doing.
Also take a look at VIEW26 - Insights & Reporting for Software Testing on JIRA available on Atlassian marketplace.
VIEW26 brings to you features like instant charts & KPI, Plug n Play integration to popular testing tools like Zephyr, TestRail, HP-ALM etc, aggregation and correlation of data across multiple tools, one click sharing of reports and many more.
Hi, You can try https://www.jirareports.com. It is a cloud based tool that allows creation of free form reports for OnDemand and hosted Jira instances. It offers different types of reports such as bar chart, matrix reports etc. and has a rich set of features available, such as publishing the reports, calculated fields and export capabilities. Thanks JiraReports
Many users succeed with implementing custom reports using the JIRA PDF View Plugin.
The plugin at Marketplace: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/5167
(Discl: this plugin is our product.)
OnDemand does not allow 3rd party plugins at the moment, although Atlassian is actively working on a technology called "remote plugins" (aka "plugin three") that allows to integrate external plugins with OnDemand. as soon as it goes into production, we will leverage it.
Coming slightly late to the party I have a couple of comments:
1) I'm somewhat disappointed by the lack of an inbuilt generic reporting tool. Eg I spend some time maintaining work logs in detail. Can I find or create a report to summarise my work logs by label, by project, by task (rolling up sub tasks)? So far, the answer seems to be "no".
2) Reporting add-ons at x-thousand dollars (for 500 users) is fair enough of the tool is super advanced - but this is not really an excuse for the lack of basic customisable reporting in Jira (which already costs x-thousand dollars). That's a personal rant - even Microsoft offer more flexibility when you buy their software. Yes I know about the more basic and much cheaper Timesheep add on, but this solves the example problem above and then you are back to square one.
3) One thing that everyone seems to have overlooked is: just run SQL queries against the underlying database. Add perl if the reports need to be more complex/web based/pretty. This is *exactly* what perl and SQL were made for. Replace perl with sensible scripting language of choice. So far, it seems the database is clean and lends itself to this type of querying.
Given that I'm not about to ask to spend large amounts of money, I will go with option 3 :)
Have you seen the Intelligent Reports plugin? It lets you design your templates in Word for easy formatting, then fill in the templates with simple, powerful point and click rules. You can do charts, tables, custom fields, work logs, issue history, projects, versions, components, etc. Try it out and see if it meets your needs.
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