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Do we need to tie an RTC PA with an RRC PA (& RQM PA) via an ALP for the 2 ways links towards traceability?


long TRUONG (363486127) | asked Mar 10 '16, 2:15 p.m.
 Had always thought we need to have an All Lifecycle Project with RTC, RRC, RQM PA's components to create 2-way links between any two of the last 3 towards a traceability model (left illustration). 

The successful use of links illustrated on the right found here is a big surprise: The majority of the links are between the RTC PA component, OriSin(CM), of ALP Adam; and the RRC PA component, Eva(rm), of the ALP Eva and they are working without any apparent issue.

What extra does the ALP bring to a properly implemented traceability model?

TRaceability as thought vs current implementation

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Ralph Schoon (55.1k23642) | answered Mar 11 '16, 3:28 a.m.
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Please note, that there are different types of links ans some require to be configured and others don't. See https://jazz.net/wiki/bin/view/Deployment/MultipleCCMAppsUserPerspective and https://jazz.net/wiki/bin/view/Deployment/PlanForMultipleJazzAppInstances for a bit more information. In a Lifecycle Project the provider relationship for links is created.
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long TRUONG commented Mar 17 '16, 11:30 a.m. | edited Mar 17 '16, 11:33 a.m.

 Thx Ralph,


Both yours and Don's answers help us understand the subject better, have to choose only 1 right, choose yours as it answered a lot of our puzzles around this subject and didn't know where to look for infos.

Still have one question though, probably due to lack of experience: Using associations in webUI, would we be able to have CLM links to&from more than one CCM (or RM, or QM) project areas?

And are there manual ways to do so with a Lifecycle Project in Eclipse client, which only allows the setup of each ALP with one PA per each application (CCM, RM, or QM) 

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Donald Nong (14.3k211) | answered Mar 10 '16, 9:55 p.m.
A lifecycle project does not have any magic, it simply brings convenience. See the discussion in the below post.
https://jazz.net/forum/questions/217463/why-use-lifecyle-projects

Maybe I misunderstood your issue, particularly regarding "all lifecycle project" and "2-way links". If true, can you please elaborate?

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