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Is there a way to create a matrix table in JRS that has different attributes on the rows and column axis?

Logan Torres (174) | asked Jan 12 '22, 10:02 a.m.

 For example, if you are trying to create a table on one work item. The column axis is the Priority Attribute while the row access is the status attribute. What I want will look something like this:

    Low Medium High
  New 2 4 2
Status In Progress 6 1 0
  Complete 1 3 4

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sreenath v (7843) | answered Jan 13 '22, 12:49 a.m.


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Hope This helps you!

Logan Torres commented Jan 17 '22, 5:15 p.m.

 Thank you! Now is there a way I can order the table in a specific way. For example, in your picture, if I wanted to have the statuses ordered New, In Progress, Accepted, then Resolved.

Would I have to use the Advanced tab? When I do this, it gets rid of my dynamic filters.

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