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How to solve the missing connection in Coverage View of R4J

I am a beginner in JIRA.
I am a verification engineer

 

I prepared several issues types.

1) Requirement,
2) Features to the requirement, (relates to Requirement)
3) Changes to the features, (relates to Features)
4) Test (relates to Changes)

 

While studying my project, I found that some of the Feature does not have related Change in my project. 
so, I had to link T2 to Feature and I expected the Coverage View as this table. 

RequirementFeatures .Changes .Test .
R1F1C1T1
R2F2XT2


But, it was like this. 

RequirementFeatures .Changes .Test .
R1F1C1T1
R2F2XX?

 

Is there an option to help this case?

1 answer

Disclaimer: I am a employee of the vendor, Ease Solutions.

Hello 차현석,

for such kind of technical question, it would be the best to open a ticket at our service desk

In the coverage view of R4J - Requirements Management for Jira you can control the base of you column. This does mean, which column you are referencing to.

Currently we do not support the reference to two columns, so I suggest you following setup for your test column:

Create two column, one (test-feature) reference to features, one (test-change) to changes
For the "test-feature": Define the column feature as the base.
For the "test-change": Define the column change as the base.
Then you result would look like this:

RequirementFeatures .Changes .Test-FeaturesTest-Changes
R1F1C1XT1
R2F2XT2X


I hope this helps you. Otherwise please open a ticket with us.

Best Regards, Bernhard

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