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Kunal N (7337) | asked Dec 17 '15, 1:49 a.m.
edited Dec 17 '15, 1:50 a.m.
Hi Team,

I am tying to create traceability reports in report builder, I have selected artifact type from CCM,QM,RM and I selected datasource as Life cycle query engine(I have configured data-source for LQE). Next I added traceability links.
Now when I come on Limit Scope, I am only able to see project area from QM I am unable to see project areas from RM and CCM.

Can anyone please help me how to view project areas from CCM and RM...?


Thank you,
Kunal N.



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Erwin Kunz (94685979) | answered Dec 17 '15, 4:23 a.m.
Hi Kunal

You do not need to / can  filter (scope) the target project area
When you create a report you always start by selecting root types of one application.  (requirement/testcase/story/..)
Than set the scope of this root application

Tracing will report object from other application independently of your scope

eg you want requirement from Prj1 and all implementations stories from Prj2 and Prj3
you select requirement and set scope Prj1
and link Implemented by
done

Hope this helps
erwin


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Kunal N commented Dec 17 '15, 4:49 a.m. | edited Dec 17 '15, 4:49 a.m.

Hi Erwin,

Thanks for your reply...

Now I am able to see project names from QM and RTC only project names from RM is missing on project scope.

Also I am unable to create reports related to RM using Life cycle query engine data-source. I think I have missed something in LQE data-source configuration for RM.

Thank you,
Kunal

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