My requirement table created in a confluence page as below column headers and sample rows as below:
Requirement ID Components
rqPOC_IDS_SubsFeat_Enhn_3 XDM-DataMgr, DB
"Components" column field is of drop down list - multiple choice selection type.
Using "Scaffolding Reporting", what specifically we are looking for is:::
Automatically create rows for each of our "Components" values added in the above table as below along with new column i,e Compliancy(i,e drop down list - single choice selection type) added for all the rows.
So that compliancy can be updated in a page by respective component primes individually into the reporting table generated as below.
Requirement ID Components Compliancy
rqPOC_IDS_SubsFeat_Enhn_6 Web-Apps NO rqPOC_IDS_SubsFeat_Enhn_6 XDM-DataMgr YES
rqPOC_IDS_SubsFeat_Enhn_3 XDM-DataMgr NO
rqPOC_IDS_SubsFeat_Enhn_3 DB YES
rqPOC_IDS_SubsFeat_Enhn_4 Web-Apps NO
rqPOC_IDS_SubsFeat_Enhn_4 XDM-DataMgr YES
rqPOC_IDS_SubsFeat_Enhn_4 Callp YES
Also Using this reporting table generated, we should also able to export into XLS to filter our requirementIds for our tracking purpose.
Thank you very much Andrey Khaneev for sharing this info.
I am going thru this Add-on, really intresting.
Was looking for simple reporting mechanism which fits to my requirement to filter out multiple requirement tables updated in our confluence pages to report, review, update the needed details and export into XLS for tracking purpose. Thanks Again.
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