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Best Practices in Using Collections?


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Mary Miller (87231) | asked Aug 06 '19, 2:15 p.m.

Good day,


I know collections are an informal way to organize requirements. 

I come more from an organization that would organize things into a Module since everything was based on a standard Software Development template.  

My view of collections is that they could be used as a backlog for an Agile process, or they could be used to collect business rules.

Why else would collections be used or what would best practices of collections be?

Thanks!

Mary

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Rakesh S (39113) | answered Aug 07 '19, 2:55 a.m.
edited Aug 07 '19, 2:55 a.m.

A collection is a simple grouping of artifacts. A collection can contain almost any kind of artifacts, including modules.


As a best practice ,You can use collections to group things that are related, for example, for a particular milestone/iteration of a project, artifacts on the same topic, etc. 


But there is an exception that collection does not include other collections.

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