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Tal Rabinovitch (4721615) | asked Nov 04 '10, 6:17 a.m.
Hi,
Although Our RTC is Linked with
RQM I don't have the cross-repository queries which are described in the RTC documentation:
Using cross-repository queries
If the Jazz Team Server has been configured to communicate with another Jazz Team Server, predefined cross-repository queries are available.
For example, if you have configured a Rational Team Concert Jazz Team Server to communicate with a Rational Quality Manager repository, the Cross Repository Queries folder contains queries such as the following:

* Defects blocking tests
* Plan items with failing tests
* Plan items tested successfully

To use a predefined cross-repository query:

1. Click the Work Items link.
2. In the navigation pane on the left, navigate to Shared Queries > Cross Repository Queries.
3. Click a query to run it. The results appear in the results pane on the right.
4. To see the details of a work item, click it in the results pane. The work item opens in the work items editor.

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Patrick Streule (4.9k21) | answered Nov 08 '10, 7:08 a.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
On 11/4/10 11:23 AM, talrab wrote:
Hi,
Although Our RTC is Linked with
RQM I don't have the cross-repository queries which are described in
the RTC documentation:
Using cross-repository queries
If the Jazz Team Server has been configured to communicate with
another Jazz Team Server, predefined cross-repository queries are
available.
For example, if you have configured a Rational Team Concert Jazz
Team Server to communicate with a Rational Quality Manager
repository, the Cross Repository Queries folder contains queries such
as the following:

* Defects blocking tests
* Plan items with failing tests
* Plan items tested successfully

To use a predefined cross-repository query:

1. Click the Work Items link.
2. In the navigation pane on the left, navigate to Shared Queries
Cross Repository Queries.
3. Click a query to run it. The results appear in the results
pane on the right.
4. To see the details of a work item, click it in the results
pane. The work item opens in the work items editor.



Besides the friend configuration, have you also linked the projects
between the two systems? (Project Admin UI, Links/Associations at the
bottom)

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Regards,
Patrick
RTC Work Item Component Lead

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Tal Rabinovitch (4721615) | answered Nov 08 '10, 10:53 a.m.
On 11/4/10 11:23 AM, talrab wrote:
Hi,
Although Our RTC is Linked with
RQM I don't have the cross-repository queries which are described in
the RTC documentation:
Using cross-repository queries
If the Jazz Team Server has been configured to communicate with
another Jazz Team Server, predefined cross-repository queries are
available.
For example, if you have configured a Rational Team Concert Jazz
Team Server to communicate with a Rational Quality Manager
repository, the Cross Repository Queries folder contains queries such
as the following:

* Defects blocking tests
* Plan items with failing tests
* Plan items tested successfully

To use a predefined cross-repository query:

1. Click the Work Items link.
2. In the navigation pane on the left, navigate to Shared Queries
Cross Repository Queries.
3. Click a query to run it. The results appear in the results
pane on the right.
4. To see the details of a work item, click it in the results
pane. The work item opens in the work items editor.



Besides the friend configuration, have you also linked the projects
between the two systems? (Project Admin UI, Links/Associations at the
bottom)

--
Regards,
Patrick
RTC Work Item Component Lead

Hi,
Thanks for the Reply.
I'm not sure I now how to answer your question. our projects are hosted in Raleigh and the linkage was done there.
I can tell you that I can log defects in RTC from RQM and Can link Test Case from RQM to a Story in RTC and see the links in both products. Does it answer your question ?

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Patrick Streule (4.9k21) | answered Nov 08 '10, 12:08 p.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
Thanks for the Reply.
I'm not sure I now how to answer your question. our projects are
hosted in Raleigh and the linkage was done there.
I can tell you that I can log defects in RTC from RQM and Can link
Test Case from RQM to a Story in RTC and see the links in both
products. Does it answer your question ?

This means that RQM is certainly linked to RTC, but not necessarily that
RTC is linked to RQM (although the project link is typically established
on both servers at once).

It sounds like a configuration issue, but it is hard to pinpoint the
exact missing piece without more information about the servers.

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Regards,
Patrick
RTC Work Item Component Lead

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