Administering link validity in ELM applications
As a configuration lead or application administrator, you decide whether to show or hide link validity and validity summary information for your project area. These tasks are common to the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) applications that use link validity.
About this task
See Enabling link validity in AM, QM, and RM project areas to read about showing and hiding link validity information in your project area.
Quality Management application: If your project area does not have configuration management capabilities enabled, you cannot use this feature. Project areas not enabled for configurations use suspect link traceability. For details, see Suspect traceability.
To learn more about link validity, see the related links.
- Getting started with configuration management: Learn about configuration management and local configurations.
- Global Configuration Management: Learn how global configurations provide a view of all the artifacts that are contained in a set of related local configurations. Global configurations are managed by the Global Configuration Management (GCM) application.
- Introduction to configuration management with IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM): YouTube playlist on the Software Education channel.