This extension helps you determine how effectively team is fixing bugs and it provides a report.
Azure DevOps Bug Reactivation Report
This extension helps you determine how effectively team is fixing bugs and it provides a report that helps you to answer questions such as “How many bugs have been reactivated in the current iteration?”
Prerequisites for this extension:
Area Path or Iteration Path
PAT with read access and scope to work items will be sufficient and below screenshot shows how to create
For more details on PAT creation is available at this link
How to use:
Go to Azure boards in any organization where the extension is shared and installed then click on Bug Reactivation Report as shown in below screenshot
Below screenshot helps to understand fields in Bug Reactivation Report
Below screenshot helps to understand how the results look in Bug Reactivation Report
PAT: Can make use of PAT created in above steps. Also, you can clear the PAT and provide a new PAT in case of expired PAT.
Organization Name: Organization name will be auto-populated with the details where the report is opened.
Project Name: Project name will be auto-populated with the details where the report is opened.
Area Path: Provide the Area path here for which reactivated bug needs to be checked.
And/Or : And/Or dropdown works as a logic gate for retrieval of Bugs. AND will retrieve bugs that satisfy both selected area path and iteration path, OR will retrieve bugs that satisfy either selected area path or selected iteration path.
Iteration Path: Provide the iteration path here for which reactivated bug needs to be checked.
Reactivated State: State field will be shown and auto-populated when PAT is entered. Please select the initial state for which you need to check if a bug is reactivated. ex- if state available is New->Active->Resolved->Closed, then we can check reactivated bugs based on the number of times state of the bug is changed to "Active"
Please raise a your concern in Q & A Section. We will try our best to respond at the earliest.