Reporting in the Requirements Management (RM) application

You can run and view reports that are based on a data warehouse and create document-style reports that are about requirement and other lifecycle data.
The Requirements Management (RM) application supports document-style reports and reports that are based on a data warehouse.
Important: Projects that are enabled for configuration management do not populate the data warehouse and are therefore not included in any data warehouse reports. For information on reporting on configuration data, see reporting on data in configurations.
Document-style reports have these characteristics:
  • You can generate them by using a report wizard. You can open the wizard from these places in the RM application:
    • The Reports page
    • The Actions menu on the Artifacts and Reviews pages
    • The Actions menu in the Modules editor
    • The Actions menu in the Collections editor
  • They come with a set of reports that you can select from the report wizard.
  • They use live data, as opposed to data in a data warehouse.
For more information about document-style reports, see Creating document-style reports in the Requirements Management application.
Reports that are based on a data warehouse have these characteristics:
  • You can generate them using the Report Builder. This is the easiest and fastest way to generate data warehouse reports.
  • They use data from a data warehouse.
  • They come with a set of reports that you can run and view.

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