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Using RMsis,

  • Requirement Manager can easily track requirements and test cases associated with a given JIRA artifact.
  • It would also be possible to get a list of artifacts associated with a Release.

Artifact Attributes

An artifact has the following attributes:

  • Jira Reference: This field specifies unique key (Jira reference id) of the artifact.
  • Summary: This field specifies brief summary description of the artifact.
  • Artifact Type: This field specifies type of the artifact. Artifact types are automatically synchronized with issue types in Jira.
  • Priority: This field specifies priority of the artifact. Possible values are "Blocker", "Critical", "Major", "Minor" or "Trivial".
  • Status : This field specifies status of the artifact. Possible values are "Open", "In Progress", "Reopened", "Resolved" or "Closed".
  • Due Date : This field specifies the due date specified by Project Lead / Manager for the artifact.
  • Assignee : This field specifies owner of this artifact.
  • Reporter : This field specifies reporter of this artifact.

  • Requirements: This field shows the Requirement Id's, which are linked with this artifact.
  • Test Cases : This column shows the Test Case Id's, which are linked with this artifact.
  • JIRA Issues / Artifacts (Bug, New Feature, Task, etc.) : These columns show the JIRA issues / artifacts of corresponding type linked with this artifact.

Artifact Operations

The following operations can be performed:

  • Add Artifact: An artifact can be created by clicking on "Add Artifact" button. A Jira issue panel will be opened to create a new Jira issue. Artifact table will be automatically updated after closing the Jira issue panel.
  • Edit Artifact: An artifact can be edited by clicking in "Jira Reference" column. A Jira issue panel will be opened to edit that Jira issue. Artifact table will be automatically updated after closing the Jira issue panel.
  • Link Requirements: An artifact can be linked to one or more requirements. A requirement can be linked to an artifact by clicking on "Requirements" column for an artifact row. After a panel appears, check on the requirement rows to link requirements.
  • Quick Link:
    • This functionality has been provided to enable linking multiple entities with a JIRA issue/ artifact without having to select multiple check boxes in UI.

    • When you open the panel for linking requirements / test cases in the Reverse Traceability tab, a text box "Quick Link:" is available where you can type in entity-id for multiple entities (separated by comma) to be linked with a JIRA issue. (Please note that the complete entity id should be entered here, including the version number e.g. REQ-R1{1} ).

    • You can click on the “Link” button to link the entities with the JIRA issue.

  • Link Test Cases : An artifact can be linked to one or more Test Cases. A Test Case can be linked to an artifact by clicking on "Test Cases" column for an artifact row. After a panel appears, check on the Test Cases rows to link them.
  • Filters:
    • JIRA issues can be filtered on "Artifact Type", "Priority", "Assignee", "Reporter", "Requirements", "Test Cases" and "Status".
    • In order to get a list of issues associated with a release, a user can also choose the JIRA version from the drop-down list.
  • Export as PDF JIRA issues can be exported in PDF format by clicking on the icons shown on top right corner.

 

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