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Michael Dexter (9221114) | asked Apr 05 '11, 1:00 p.m.
Why doesn't RTC allow you to display parent/child data in a result set. Such as show me all parents and each child with child status.

Story 1
Task 1 Open
Task 2 New

etc.

I realize the results will be multiple lines per Story but that should be ok, unless someone has a better idea I am not thinking of right now..

Thanks,
Mike

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Claudia Callegari (44449771) | answered Apr 06 '11, 10:36 a.m.
Mike,
You can do that using the Eclipse client. In case you are not aware of that, on the results set, look for the "View Menu" icon, select "Relationships..." option, and then the type of relationships you would like to see.
-Claudia

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Michael Dexter (9221114) | answered Apr 06 '11, 11:09 a.m.
Very Nice! Thank you Thank you. My boss will be happy.

:D Mike


Mike,
You can do that using the Eclipse client. In case you are not aware of that, on the results set, look for the "View Menu" icon, select "Relationships..." option, and then the type of relationships you would like to see.
-Claudia

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Devin Hedge (6) | answered Nov 14 '11, 9:37 a.m.
Mike,
You can do that using the Eclipse client. In case you are not aware of that, on the results set, look for the "View Menu" icon, select "Relationships..." option, and then the type of relationships you would like to see.
-Claudia


What if I don't want to use the Eclipse Client, in the case where stakeholders just want to view the status of the given story?

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