Sprint number in Time daily dimension

Hi to the community,

I want to display a chart with the sprint value on a daily axis, however, one of the values doesn’t prompt as expected.

Does anyone know why and how I can solve it? (Either with a new calculated member or with a fix of the current one).

It may be an option as well to “hardcode” the “SP22” on the direct row but trying to do it didn’t work.

Best regards,

All information:

“cube_name”: “Issues”,
“cube_reports”: [ {
“name”: “Sprint number vertical axis”,
“result_view”: “line_chart”,
“definition”: {“columns”:{“dimensions”:[{“name”:“Measures”,“selected_set”:[“[Measures].[Sprint value]”,“[Measures].[Story Points history]”],“members”:[]}]},“rows”:{“dimensions”:[{“name”:“Time”,“selected_set”:[“[Time].[Releases interval]”],“members”:[{“depth”:0,“name”:“Releases interval”,“full_name”:“[Time].[Releases interval]”,“calculated”:true,“drillable”:true,“expanded”:true,“drilled_into”:false,“removed”:true}],“bookmarked_members”:[]}]},“pages”:{“dimensions”:[]},“options”:{},“view”:{“current”:“line_chart”,“maximized”:false,“line_chart”:{“area”:false,“swap_axes”:false,“data_labels”:false,“series_options”:{“Cumulative Story Points resolved till today”:{“color”:“#86DBA6”,“type”:“area”},“Estimated release date”:{“type”:“plotline”,“dataLabelType”:“top vertical”},“Sprint value”:{“type”:“plotline”,“dataLabelType”:“top vertical”,“color”:“#B3BAC5”},“Real story points resolved”:{“color”:“#ABEAC2”,“type”:“area”},“Story points to complete”:{“color”:“#2F579C”},“Issues with no story points”:{“type”:“text”},“Story Points history”:{“color”:“#5A89CE”},“Predicted completion line”:{“color”:“#9043C2”}}},“table”:{}},“calculated_members”:[]}
} ],
“calculated_members”: [{“name”:“Story Points history”,“dimension”:“Measures”,“format_string”:“#,##0.00”,“formula”:“Cache(\n NonZero(Sum(PreviousPeriods([Time].CurrentHierarchyMember),\n [Measures].[Story Points change]\n ))\n + [Measures].[Story Points change]\n)\n”},{“name”:“Releases interval”,“dimension”:“Time”,“formula”:“Aggregate(\n [Time].[Day].DateMembersBetween(‘02/29/2022’, ‘12/29/2022’)\n)”,“format_string”:“”},{“name”:“Sprint value”,“dimension”:“Measures”,“formula”:“Generate(Filter( \n [Sprint].[Sprint].Members,\n DateInPeriod(\n [Sprint].CurrentMember.get(‘Start date’),\n [Time].CurrentHierarchyMember\n ) AND ([Time].CurrentHierarchy.DefaultMember,\n [Measures].[Issues created]) \u003e 0),\n – show sprint name\n "SP"\n ||\n ExtractString([Sprint].CurrentMember.Name, ‘.MIDAS Sprint (\d+).’, 1)\n \n – [Sprint].CurrentMember.Name,\n – ', '\n)”,“format_string”:“StringFormatter”}]

Hi @arilai,

There are a few possible reasons for the SP22 missing from the report.

  1. The Start date of the sprint might be missing from the Time dimension.
    eazyBI only creates the dimension members that are referenced in the imported data. So if the start date of the specific sprint did not have any Issue activity or was not a due date for any issue, the date might be missing from the dimension. You might check this by creating a new report, adding the Time dimension to rows, and expanding to see if the date is there.
    If the date is missing, you might add the missing date members as described here - Time dimension.

  2. The Sprint might be missing from the data cube, or no issues have it as the last assigned sprint.
    Although multiple issues might have gone through the sprint, if none of them remained in that sprint at the end - the check within the generation of Sprint names might result in “false”. You might check this by creating a new report with just the Sprint dimension on report rows and the measure “Issues created”. You might expand the Sprint dimension to see if the sprint in question has any remaining issues.
    If there are none, the condition of the measure “Sprint value” fails.

  3. A minor difference in the sprint name. “SP” would stay, but the number would be missing
    You are using a regular expression to retrieve the numeric part of the sprint name. Please check if the name of the missing sprint matches the regular expression.
    You might do that by creating the following calculated measure and using with the Sprints dimension on rows.

ExtractString([Sprint].CurrentMember.Name, '.*MIDAS Sprint (\d+).*', 1)

If this does not return the result - there might be a problem with the sprint name - a different space or a different letter.
However, this does not seem to be the problem in the current case.

If the first and second points were not the cause of the problem, hardcoding the value for a specific date might be possible.
You mentioned that hardcoding failed - please tell me what did you attempt.

Oskars / support@eazyBI.com