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Calculating change in requirements using JRS

hani zaidi (74822) | asked Sep 22 '16, 8:35 a.m.


I've to generate a report on Requirement stability Index(Requirement Stability Index provides the difference in requirements over releases/iterations) using the following formula:

(Total number of Original Requirements + Cumulative number of requirements changed (till date) + Cumulative number of requirements added (till date) + Cumulative number of requirements deleted (till date)) / (Total number of Original Requirements)

How can we create a report in JRS based on the following?

·         Changed requirements

·         Added requirements

·         Deleted requirements

compared with the previous release? Is there a workaround to create this report?


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Rosa Naranjo (2.9k11723) | answered Sep 22 '16, 11:24 a.m.
When I read your question, the ability to compare baselines is what comes to mind.  See
In a requirements project, a baseline captures the entire project at a moment in time.

In JRS, in order to use the calculated columns feature, you need to have something stored in an attribute first. I don't see that being the case with what you want to calculate.

But, I think perhaps the comparison of baselines would show the differences between releases.

hani zaidi commented Sep 22 '16, 12:57 p.m.

 Thankyou Rosa for your answer. I am afraid baseline information is not available in JRS

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