Trend reports without a fixed start date, but a scope Hot

by David Berner on March 25, 2015

For trend reports, I would be great to be able to specify a duration (e.g. last 30 days) instead of a fixed start date. In most cases we don't care about a specific period, but rather on a sliding time window. Currently we have to regularly modify all trend reports such that they don't display a too large of a duration and the data gets unreadable.

  • This is something that has been touched briefly in the SBM report SIG session at Xchange 2015, but I want to throw it out here to see what the level of interest is. To go one step further, there could be a slider on the report with which you can dynamically adjust the scope of the report (zoom in or out on the timeline).

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    SBM 11.0.1
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    This is now indeed available in SBM 11.0.1, and it works great.
    Thanks a lot !
    David Berner Commented by David Berner March 18, 2016
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    This is now indeed available in SBM 11.0.1, and it works great.
    Thanks a lot !

    We were unable to fit this into the SBM 11.0 release, but due to the progress made, we're tentatively aiming this for a maintenance release to SBM 11.0 (likely numbered SBM 11.0.1) in mid Q1CY'16.
    David J. Easter Commented by David J. Easter October 29, 2015
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    We were unable to fit this into the SBM 11.0 release, but due to the progress made, we're tentatively aiming this for a maintenance release to SBM 11.0 (likely numbered SBM 11.0.1) in mid Q1CY'16.

    We need this, too. I already had a case with that enhancement.
    Andreas Theisges Commented by Andreas Theisges April 07, 2015
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    We need this, too. I already had a case with that enhancement.

    This would be useful for us as well, would prefer to take it even further and allow the start date to be specified as a runtime parameter on the report. One scenario where we this happens is a burndown chart for work in a release. In our system using the start date of the release's implementation would filter the data perfectly.
    David Matsumoto Commented by David Matsumoto March 27, 2015
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    This would be useful for us as well, would prefer to take it even further and allow the start date to be specified as a runtime parameter on the report. One scenario where we this happens is a burndown chart for work in a release. In our system using the start date of the release's implementation would filter the data perfectly.

    I've placed this idea "Under Consideration" as we're considering this enhancement for the Q3'CY15 release of SBM. Do continue to vote on it if you agree it is of value and definitely continue discussing it to ensure that we fully understand the user stories and use cases for it!
    David J. Easter Commented by David J. Easter March 27, 2015
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    I've placed this idea "Under Consideration" as we're considering this enhancement for the Q3'CY15 release of SBM. Do continue to vote on it if you agree it is of value and definitely continue discussing it to ensure that we fully understand the user stories and use cases for it!

     
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