Viewing reports

This page describes how to use the Reports tab in Crucible to see lists of people whose action is required on open reviews. These are known as 'blockers'.

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Viewing the Review Blockers report

To view a list of people who have open reviews assigned to them:

  1. Click the dropdown arrow next to the Reviews tab at the top of the page and select Reports.
  2. Click Review Blockers (under the 'Reports' sub-tab). 
    • Click a user's name to go to their 'Activity' screen.
    • Click a number in the 'To Complete' or 'To Summarize' column to go to a list of reviews for that user.

Screenshot: 'Review Blockers' Report

Viewing the JIRA Blockers report

The 'JIRA Blockers' report shows you a list of users whose action is required on open reviews, for a particular set of JIRA issues. The reviews must be explicitly linked to a JIRA issue or mention a JIRA issue key in the summary or the objectives.

To view the 'JIRA Blockers' report:

  1. Click the dropdown arrow next to the Reviews tab at the top of the page and select Reports.
  2. Click JIRA Blockers (under the 'Reports' sub-tab).
  3. Enter details for your JIRA server and project, and click Go. Note that the JIRA project's version field refers to the Fix Version/s field in your JIRA tickets.

The 'JIRA Blockers' report displays the following information:

    • A list of JIRA issues for which one or more Crucible reviewers has not completed their review.
    • A list of users who have an incomplete Crucible review that relates to a JIRA issue.
    • A list of open JIRA issues for which a Crucible review is closed, and vice versa.

Screenshot: 'JIRA Blockers' Report

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