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Rogério Ramos da Silva (3352427) | asked Mar 21 '12, 12:23 p.m.
Hi all,

I was asked by the user about a hipotect (maybe real) situation on asset revision. Look at the scenarios:

Scenario 1

Reviewer groups configured:
Analysts X
Architects Y
Leader N

Condition to Approve:
1 approve from Analyst X
1 approve from Architect Y
1 approve from Leader N

One analyst from Analysts X group gave his vote as Approved, after that this analyst was moved to another group. When one member of Architect and Leader's group will give theirs votes, the reviewer process will reconize the first vote and the asset will be transfered to Approve State?

Scenario 2

Reviewer groups configured:
Analysts X (Analysts Z)
Architects Y
Leader N

Condition to Approve:
1 approve from Analyst X
1 approve from Architect Y
1 approve from Leader N

The same activity as the scenario 1, but instead of move the Analyst to another group, the RAM's Admin changed the Analists group from Analyst X to Analyst Z.

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Rich Kulp (3.6k38) | answered Mar 21 '12, 12:50 p.m.
FORUM MODERATOR / JAZZ DEVELOPER
Hi,
have you tried these scenarios and see what happens? That would be the simplest thing to do.

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Rogério Ramos da Silva (3352427) | answered Mar 21 '12, 3:00 p.m.
I got your thinking, but the user expected to have a clear documentation about which results are got when a sequence of actions is taken.

For example, if an asset which has some votes (not all necessary) and the lifecycle manager changes the lifecycle, all votes should be taken again? It's only a example of just one of possible questions that I'll be asked.

Anyway, I'll try to reproduce this scenarios and back with the results.

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