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Killer Reporting with JIRA Dashboards

Killer Reporting with JIRA Dashboards

Nick Menere, Atlassian

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  • I note that we talk about reporting here, but we don't actually discuss 'Reports'.

    I build dashboards like this all the time for my projects and it's incredibly powerful, but how do I get passed the necessity to share this information with people reluctant to view the dashboard itself?

    The digests, subscriptions and reports are all very useful, but only in the context of grander filters. What I want to create is a daily report based on 'all of the content against dashboard 'x'' ..

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Killer Reporting with JIRA Dashboards - Atlassian Summit 2010 - Lightning Talks Presentation Transcript

  • 1. 1 1
  • 2. Killer Reporting with JIRA Dashboards From “useful” to “essential”! Nick Menere, JIRA Tech Lead, Atlassian Charlie Bar - Friday 3pm - 4pm 2 2
  • 3. Getting Your Data • Searching • Basic Search • JQL • Logical Operators • Empty • Functions • Filters • Sharing / Searching / Favouriting(?) 3 3
  • 4. Advanced Searching Examples • 4.2 Development Not Triaged • project = "JIRA Development" AND resolution is EMPTY AND labels not in (triaged) AND (component not in (Design) OR component is EMPTY) AND (fixVersion < "4.3" OR fixVersion is EMPTY) ORDER BY priority DESC • Current Iteration Todo • project = "JIRA Development" AND type = "Story Task" AND component = UX AND fixVersion not in releasedVersions() AND fixVersion < "4.2" AND resolution is EMPTY AND parent not in (JRADEV-1310, JRADEV-1125) • Quick Checks • key in watchedIssues() AND updated >= lastLogin() • project = "JIRA Development" AND component = UX AND created >= -1d 4 4
  • 5. Consuming Your Data • Getting your data onto the dashboard • From the Issue Navigator • From the Dashboard • Popular Dashboards • Sharing / Searching / Favouriting(?) 5 5
  • 6. JDog 4.2 Health Example • 6 6
  • 7. JDog Developer Example • 7 7
  • 8. Support Dashboard Example • 8 8
  • 9. Wallboard Example • 9 9
  • 10. And It Will Only Get Better! • New Functions • componentsLeadByUser(), projectsLeadByUser() • Third Party Plugins • Write Your Own! • New Gadgets • GreenHopper Gadgets • Other Atlassian Product Gadgets • Pub/Sub • Third party gadgets • Write Your Own! 10 10