Lab 3: Commenting on artifacts and customizing dashboards

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At the end of this lab you will be able to:
► Comment on artifacts
► Optional: Customize your personal dashboard

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Lab 3: Commenting on artifacts and customizing dashboards

  1. 1. Student Workbook Module: Navigating the Requirements Management application: Web clientLab 3: Commenting on artifacts and customizing dashboards© Copyright IBM Corp. 2013 1Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.Lab 3: Commenting on artifacts and customizingdashboardsObjectivesAt the end of this lab you will be able to:► Comment on artifacts► Optional: Customize your personal dashboardGiven► The JKE Banking Money That Matters project (JKE)► Automated Meter Reader (Water) project (AMR)Description► In this lab, you log in as Bob, an analyst. Are you are exploring the project, you came across a requirementyou have a question on. You will use comments to capture this and communicate with the teamExercise tasksIn this exercise, you complete these tasks: Task 1: Create a comment on a requirement Task 2: Responding to a comment Task 3: Resolving a comment Task 4: Optional: Customize your user dashboard
  2. 2. Student Workbook Module: Navigating the Requirements Management application: Web clientLab 3: Commenting on artifacts and customizing dashboards2 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2013Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.Task 1: Create a comment on a requirementIn this task, you communicate with one of your stakeholders, Curtis, about ambiguous language in a requirement.To find the attribute, you used filters at the project level.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 JKE Banking (Requirements Management) project Artifact page. Hint: In the My Projectssection, find the JKE Banking (Requirements Management) project and click Show Artifacts.3. Select JKE Business Recovery Matters Project > Features folder. All of the features in this folder aredisplayed in the content pane. As you select the folder, note how many artifacts are displayed in the contentpane.Figure 1: [1] Filter by the Features folder. [2, 3]The artifacts are displayed in the content pane. The number ofartifacts displayed is customizable.4. In the Filter by Attribute section, next to Name, click the Create filter icon.Figure 2: Filter by attribute: Name
  3. 3. Student Workbook Module: Navigating the Requirements Management application: Web clientLab 3: Commenting on artifacts and customizing dashboards© Copyright IBM Corp. 2013 3Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.5. Filter by name to find and open this requirement: “Customers can nominate an organization for the program.”Figure 3: Filter by name to find an artifact6. Open the artifact by double-clicking on it. This is an artifact of format text that has been used to capture anddetail a specific requirement. The information in this artifact can be depicted a number of different ways in theRM application. The way that is depicted here is verbose and may require maintenance to keep consistent.Such information can also be stored in attributes and links, and reported on dynamically. We will look at thislater.7. After the Brief Description heading, select this sentence: Customer may nominate anorganization for assistance whether a result of a catastrophic event orfrom some other justification.Figure 4: The sentence is outlined in orange when selected.You can create a comment on an artifact or on specific text in an artifact.8. In the sidebar, click Comments, and from the Comments menu, click Create comment for: Customer maynominate an organization for. This is different to creating a comment for the entire artifact, and in factcreates a comment just for the selected text.9. In the window that opens, complete these steps:
  4. 4. Student Workbook Module: Navigating the Requirements Management application: Web clientLab 3: Commenting on artifacts and customizing dashboards4 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2013Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.Figure 5: Comment for artifact text, directed toward Curtisa. In the Subject field, type Clarification required?b. In the Comment field, type Is “some other justification” clear enough?c. In the Directed to field, click the ellipsis to open the Select Users window; then select Curtis. If necessary,remove CLM Admin.d. From the Priority list, select Medium.TIP: Note the formatting options and other elements that are in the window.e. Click OK.10. Hover your cursor over the comment and note the available options, as shown in the next image.Figure 6: Options to reply to comment, resolve comment, edit comment, and delete comment11. Click the Highlight All Comments icon, and notice the highlight on Customer may nominate anorganization for assistance whether a result of a catastrophic event orfrom some other justification.Figure 7: The Highlight All Comments icon12. Use the breadcrumbs to return to the Features folder.13. Click the User Profile icon, and then log out of the project.
  5. 5. Student Workbook Module: Navigating the Requirements Management application: Web clientLab 3: Commenting on artifacts and customizing dashboards© Copyright IBM Corp. 2013 5Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.Figure 8: Log out of the project from the User Profile menuTask 2: Responding to a comment1. Log in to the project as Curtis by using these credentials: User ID: curtis Password: curtis2. On the All Projects page, for the JKE Banking (Requirements Management) project, click Show Artifacts.3. In the right sidebar, expand Recent Comments, and then note the recent comment that Bob added.4. Hover your cursor over the comment and click the Reply to comment icon.Figure 9: The Reply to comment icon5. In the window that opens, type This is OK as is, and then click OK.6. Log out of the project as Curtis.
  6. 6. Student Workbook Module: Navigating the Requirements Management application: Web clientLab 3: Commenting on artifacts and customizing dashboards6 © Copyright IBM Corp. 2013Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.Task 3: Resolving a comment1. Log back in as Bob by typing bob for both the user ID and password.2. Go to the JKE Banking (Requirements Management) project dashboard.3. In the Comments widget, click to open the “Customers can nominate an organization for the program”artifact, and mark its comment as resolved.Figure 10: Resolve a comment4. Return to the JKE Banking (Requirements Management) Artifacts page.Task 4: Optional: Customize your user dashboard1. From the User Profile menu, click Open My Personal Dashboard.Figure 11: The User Profile menu2. Drag the Reviews widget from the middle column to the third column, above the Comments widget.3. Add a widget that displays only recent changes to Storyboard artifacts in the JKE Banking (RequirementsManagement) project:a. From the Recent Changes widget menu, click Duplicate Widget.A duplicate widget is placed on the dashboard.
  7. 7. Student Workbook Module: Navigating the Requirements Management application: Web clientLab 3: Commenting on artifacts and customizing dashboards© Copyright IBM Corp. 2013 7Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM.Figure 12: The Duplicate Widget menu itemb. In the new widget, from the widget menu, click Appearance.c. Change the widget title to JKE Banking Storyboard Changes, and click OK.d. From the widget menu, click Settings.e. Next to the Project field, click Select, and select JKE Banking (Requirements Management).f. From the Artifact Types to show list, select Storyboard, and click OK.g. Click Save.4. If you want to test the new widget, change a storyboard artifact in the project and then return to the dashboard toview the artifact in the JKE Banking Storyboard Changes widget.5. Return to the JKE Banking (Requirements Management) project by using the Home menu.Figure 13: The Home menu

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