Atlassian ACP-610 Managing Jira Projects for Data Center and Server Certification Exam Practice Test

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Question 1

All projects use only a single simplified workflow which has three statuses:

* Open

* In Progress

* Closed

Each status allows all statuses to transition to it

You need to identify oil issues that were in the Closed status at some point in their lifecycle.

Select the correct JQL query.



Question 2

Auditors group contains only two members; Adam and Eve.

You need to create a quick filter that shows overdue issues assigned to either of them

Which JQL query is always correct?



Answer : C

This JQL query is always correct because it uses theduedatefield, which is a date picker that stores a date value without a time component, and thestartOfDay()function, which returns the start of the current day (i.e., midnight). This query will return all issues that have a due date before today and are assigned to either Adam or Eve. The other queries are either incorrect or unreliable because they use different fields or functions that may not work as expected. For example, theduefield is a date time picker that stores both a date and a time value, and thecurrentLogin()function returns the date and time of the current user's last login, which may vary depending on the user and their timezone.Reference:: https://support.atlassian.com/jira-software-cloud/docs/advanced-search-reference-jql-fields/#Advancedsearchingfieldsreference-DuedateDuedate https://support.atlassian.com/jira-software-cloud/docs/advanced-search-reference-jql-functions/#Advancedsearchingfunctionsreference-startOfDaystartOfDay


Question 3

You are responsible for three software products with individual release cycles.

Each product is managed in a different project.

Which report can provide an instant progress overview of all fix versions across all projects?



Answer : B

The report that can provide an instant progress overview of all fix versions across all projects is the Pie Chart Report. This report allows you to create a pie chart based on any statistic type, such as Fix Version, Project, Issue Type, etc. You can use this report to compare the relative proportions of issues in different fix versions across different projects. For example, you can create a pie chart based on the Fix Version statistic type, and select all the projects that you are responsible for. This will show you how many issues are assigned to each fix version in each project, and what percentage they represent of the total issues. You can also filter the issues by status, priority, assignee, or any other criteria. This report can help you monitor the progress of your releases and identify any potential risks or delays. To generate a Pie Chart Report, follow these steps1:

Navigate to the project that you want to report on.

From the project sidebar, select Reports.

Select Pie Chart Report from the list of reports.

Select the statistic type that you want to base your pie chart on. In this case, select Fix Version.

Select the projects that you want to include in your report. You can select multiple projects by holding down the Ctrl key (Windows) or Command key (Mac) while clicking on the project names.

Optionally, select a filter to narrow down the issues that you want to include in your report. You can use an existing filter or create a new one.

Click View to generate the report.

You can also access the Pie Chart Report from your dashboard by adding the Jira Chart gadget2. This gadget allows you to display any Jira report on your dashboard. To add the Jira Chart gadget to your dashboard, follow these steps2:

Navigate to your dashboard and click Add gadget.

Search for Jira Chart and click Add gadget.

Configure the gadget settings as follows:

Select Pie Chart as the chart type.

Select the project or filter that you want to use as the data source.

Select Fix Version as the statistic type.

Optionally, select a series to further break down the data by another statistic type, such as Status or Priority.

Click Save.

You can also edit or delete the gadget at any time by clicking on the menu icon at the top right corner of the gadget.


Question 4

You want to report on your team's performance to the stakeholders. View one of the reports for your team:

Based only on the report shown, which statement about your teams performance is definitely true?



Question 5

Paul and Tessa are in the Auditors role of every project.

You need to write a JQL query that shows Issues reported by either of them that are still unassigned.

Select the correct JQL query.



Question 6

A scrum team asks you for a single comprehensive list of issues that were completed in the last sprint-Additionally, they need to know:

* the story points associated with each completed issue

* the issue type of each completed issue

* the description of each issue that has not been completed

Which report or gadget provides the required information?



Question 7

A shared dashboard displays a gadget that is based on a shared filter.

Currently, each person who views the gadget sees counts of all the issues in a project by status.

The team's requirement is that each person who views the gadget will see counts of only their assigned issues by status.

What must you do in order to meet this requirement?



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