Lab 3: Optional: Creating views at the module level (web client)

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At the end of this lab you will be able to:
► Filter the artifacts in a module
► Create a view at the module level
Given
► Automated Meter Reader (Water) project (AMR)
Description
► In this lab, you log in as Bob, an analyst. In a module, you create a personal custom view that displays only artifacts and attributes of interest. You save this view for future reference.
Exercise tasks
In this exercise, you complete these tasks:
► Task 1: Filter the artifacts in a module
► Task 2: Display artifacts’ attributes in columns
► Task 3: Save a view

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Lab 3: Optional: Creating views at the module level (web client)

  1. 1. Student Workbook Module Organizing requirements informationLab 3: Creating views at the module level (web client)© Copyright IBM Corp. 2013 1Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.Lab 3: Optional: Creating views at the module level(web client)ObjectivesAt the end of this lab you will be able to:► Filter the artifacts in a module► Create a view at the module levelGiven► Automated Meter Reader (Water) project (AMR)Description► In this lab, you log in as Bob, an analyst. In a module, you create a personal custom view that displays onlyartifacts and attributes of interest. You save this view for future reference.Exercise tasksIn this exercise, you complete these tasks: Task 1: Filter the artifacts in a module Task 2: Display artifacts’ attributes in columns Task 3: Save a view
  2. 2. Student Workbook Module Organizing requirements informationLab 3: Creating views at the module level (web client)2 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2013Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.Task 1: Filter the artifacts in a moduleJust as you can filter artifacts at the project level, you can filter artifacts that are in a module. In this task, you filterartifacts to create a module-level view of accepted artifacts that have not been prioritized yet.1. You are in the lab environment All Projects page of the RM application (https://jazz-server:9443/rm/web). You are logged in as bob with password bob.2. Navigate to the Automated Meter Reader (Water) project Artifact page. Hint: In the My Projects section,find the JKE Banking (Requirements Management) project and click Show Artifacts.3. At the project level, click Automated Meter Reader (water) > 01 Requirements. All of the contents of thisfolder are displayed in the content pane. As you select the folder, note how many artifacts are displayed in thetable.4. Find the AMR System Requirements Specification artifact, and hover over it. Note that this artifact is of theModule format.Figure 1: The rich hover shows information about the artifact5. Open the artifact by clicking on its ID.6. Note how many artifacts are contained within the module.7. Click Filter by Attribute.8. Select the Accepted attribute. If that attribute is not on the list create it:a. Next to More attributes, click the green Create filter icon.Figure 2: The Create filter iconb. From the Select attribute list, select Accepted.
  3. 3. Student Workbook Module Organizing requirements informationLab 3: Creating views at the module level (web client)© Copyright IBM Corp. 2013 3Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.9. Set the value of attribute to is True.Figure 3: The Accepted attribute is set to “is True”10. Click Apply. Artifacts that are not accepted are filtered out of the list. Note how many artifacts are displayednow.11. Add a filter to display attributes that do not have a priority value set. You can add this filter in either of twoways: Add a filter for the Priority attribute where that attribute is set to does not exist. Add a filter for the Priority attribute where that attribute is not any of these values: Low, Medium,High.Figure 4: Two way to filter artifacts that do not have a Priority attribute set12. Note how many accepted artifacts have not been prioritized.
  4. 4. Student Workbook Module Organizing requirements informationLab 3: Creating views at the module level (web client)4 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2013Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.Figure 5: In the AMR System Requirements Specification artifact,21 artifacts are accepted but do not have a priority value setTask 2: Display artifacts’ attributes in columnsInformation about artifacts can be displayed in columns. This is useful for review purposes, and as we will see later,for editing as well.1. In the content pane, where the Artifacts table is displayed, click the Change Column Display Settings icon.Figure 6: The Change Column Display Settings icon2. From the Select attributes or link types list, select Accepted, Artifact Type, Priority, and RequirementType, and then click Add.TIP: To select multiple attributes, press Ctrl while you select the attributes. After you click Add, the attributesare listed in the same order in which you selected them.3. Adjust the order so that Accepted is displayed in the third column, Priority is displayed in the fourth column,Artifact Type is displayed in the fifth column, and Requirement Type is displayed in the sixth column.
  5. 5. Student Workbook Module Organizing requirements informationLab 3: Creating views at the module level (web client)© Copyright IBM Corp. 2013 5Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.Figure 7: Select which columns to show on the Artifacts page4. Click OK. The columns change to display the attributes and values that you selected.Task 3: Save a viewBecause you might need to refer to this view during a review meeting, save the view.1. In the navigation pane, click Views.2. Click the Save View icon.Figure 8: The Save View icon3. In the New View window, specify information about the view, and then click OK.a. For the name, type Approved requirements with no priority.b. For the view type, click Personal.c. For the view description, type Approved artifacts that have not been prioritized.Notice the option to use the same view in all modules, which would give you consistency when looking atyour data.
  6. 6. Student Workbook Module Organizing requirements informationLab 3: Creating views at the module level (web client)6 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2013Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.Figure 9: The New View window4. Click OK5. Find the view that you created, and note that it is the only personal view in the list. Personal views are listed ingreen text.

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