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Creating a report on Requirement Collections in JRS

Adam Wereszczynski (92811932) | asked Nov 30 '15, 9:28 a.m.
I have requirement collections in my IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation (RDNG) application.

I want create a report which would display information about those requirement collections in IBM Jazz Reporting Service (JRS).

I do not see an option to do that in the JRS web interface.

Can I create a report on Requirement Collections in JRS?

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Steven Shaw (55113) | answered Nov 30 '15, 1:11 p.m.
Actually it is possible to report on Requirement Collections albeit indirectly in the Data Warehouse.  If you select a Requirement in the artifacts section, then when you add a condition one of the attributes there will be "Collections or Modules".  This allows you to add a condition on Requirement based on the Requirement Collection or Modules it belongs to.  You can also add Requirement Collection as a column in your report table by selecting the same attribute and adding in the Format Results section.

Also in our upcoming release of Jazz Reporting Service 6.0.1, using the LQE data source we expose "Requirement Collection" as a first class artifact.  This allows you to do traceability to and from it and add specific conditions to "Requirement Collection" artifact.

Hope that helps,


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Adam Wereszczynski (92811932) | answered Nov 30 '15, 9:31 a.m.
It is not possible to report on requirement collections in JRS.

It is only possible using IBM Cognos Business Intelligence based reporting solutions:
  • IBM Rational Reporting for Development Intelligence (RRDI) for RDNG 5.0.2 or older versions.
  • IBM ALM Cognos Connector for RDNG 6.0 and future versions.

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