Available reports and templates

Reporting helps you measure, summarize, and review activities both in a single discipline and across your application development life cycle.

Reports are the primary channel for metrics information. Here is a list and description of the predefined reports available with the application.

  • Review Summary: This template can be used to create a report with a summary of a Design Management review. The report can be run on either a review in progress or a completed review. The report includes a table with the review attributes such as the review dates, status, instructions and the list of artifacts with their instructions. The report table also includes the participants along with their respective roles and any comments they may have made on the review itself. The report also contains a second table of the review results. Every combination of participant and review artifact has a corresponding entry in this results table. In addition to the participant name and artifact name, every entry includes the participant's status with respect to that artifact and any comments that the participant may have made.
  • UML Model Metrics: This template can be used to create a report with some basic metrics of a UML Model, where ten levels of nested packages in the model are examined. The report contains two sections. The first section counts the number of packages, classes, interfaces and associations, and computes the average number of classes per package. The second section lists every package in the model, limited to ten levels of nesting, and the UML classes that are contained in each package. For each class, the number of attributes and operations are also output to the report.
  • UML Stereotyped Elements: This template can be used to create a report with information about the stereotypes that are applied to elements in a UML Model, where 10 levels of nested packages in the Model are examined. Every package in the model, limited to 10 levels of nesting, is listed along with its packaged elements. For each packaged element, its concrete type is given along with the names of any applied stereotypes.