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Widget for managing the version of a requirement

Didier BRAMBAN (111) | asked Nov 29 '18, 12:12 p.m.
 Dear all,
I am setting-up a data model within my organization. by the community I was informed that a widget was developed to notified that a requirement (statement and/or attributes) has been modified 
Does someone can tell where I can find this widget?

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Adrian Haw (223126) | answered Nov 30 '18, 9:25 a.m.
edited Nov 30 '18, 9:26 a.m.
Hi Didier

You may be referring to the "Recent Changes" widget.It is an example widget, supplied by IBM.

You can add it into a project or personal dashboard. Go to the 'Add Widget' option at top right of your dashboard. Search for an RM widget called 'Recent Changes' and add it to your dashboard-.

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Didier BRAMBAN (111) | answered Nov 30 '18, 9:42 a.m.
 Hi Adrian
I have ever given a look for widgets available on  my personal  dashboard by following the same procedure you mentioned.
I tried again searching 'Recent Changes' without success.
By the way can you tell more about the functionality of this widget (is the widget able to identify and notify a change of artifact type (requirement)  when a user change any attrbutes  and  if another way exist to find this widget.

Thanks you ind adavance for your help


Adrian Haw commented Nov 30 '18, 9:51 a.m.
Hi Didier
I would recommend contacting your DOORS NG admin or IBM.
There is some configuration to be done.
Here is a short overview. There's more documentation online from IBM on example widgets and how to make available.

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Didier BRAMBAN (111) | answered Nov 30 '18, 9:54 a.m.
 Adrain thanks for your advice 
Your url link seem to provide interesting information

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Carol Watson (5966) | answered Nov 30 '18, 9:55 a.m.

 Hi Didler,

Make sure you change Select Catalog at the top to Requirements Management.  You won't see the Recent Changes widget if the Catalog is set to Jazz Team Server.


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