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Creating Jira reports via SQL

Tc I'm New Here Sep 06, 2022

I want to create a burnup chart with SQL that uses the velocity from X previous sprints to estimate how much work will be done in the current sprint.

I have hacked together code to replicate the burndown chart and velocity chart.

For the burndown chart, I broke the task into different CTEs representing story points committed, added, reopened, removed, resolved, revised.

Just curious if anyone else is doing something similar and how far you've gotten.

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No, you should not be trying this.  A burnup chart is not a burnup if it has all of these things, and SQL is by far the worst way you can possibly report on Jira data.  I don't need to see the SQL you've written to do this to be able to tell you that it's a) horrible, b) non-performant and c) almost certainly wrong.

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