Issues closed over 48 hours since last assigned by transition author

I’m looking to create a report that displays the number of issues an individual closed in a period of time, and how many of those issues were closed 48 hours after being assigned (the assignee will usually be different than the person working on the ticket).

So far I’ve only been able to find the number of times an Author Transitioned issues to closed. Is there a way to display how many of those issues were closed over 48 hours since the last time the assignee field was changed?

This is all I have so far:

Any and all help would be appreciated. Thank you!

Hi @NotaryMaverick,

A warm welcome to the eazyBI community :partying_face: !

To consider two dates from an issue’s history, eazyBI must iterate through these issues with the Descendants() function. That can affect the report performance.

To calculate the difference between the last assignee change and the last transition to the closed status, you can use the DateDiffHours() function. Finally, the Sum() function could sum up the number of issues for each Transition Author member. Please see the suggested formula below:

      -- issue last assigned
        [Measures].[Transition to last timestamp],
        [Transition Field].[Assignee],
        [Transition Author].CurrentHierarchy.DefaultMember
      -- issue closed by author
      ([Measures].[Transition to status last date],
      [Transition Status].[Done],
    ) <= 48
  ([Measures].[Transitions to status issues count],
  [Transition Status].[Done])

Update the Transition Status dimension member to fit your use case. The formula part calculating the last date the assignee changed ignores the current Transition Author dimension member. Thus, it considers issues whose assignee was altered by any user. If the current Transition Author dimension member must be the one who changed the assignee, remove the [Transition Author].CurrentHierarchy.DefaultMember part from the formula.

Visit the eazyBI documentation page for more details about the mentioned functions - MDX function reference.

Roberts //