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Questions on link types and cross-project links

Hello,

 

I have a complicated project with lots of requirements. I want to customize the type of the requirements. Is it possible and if not, do you know when will it be possible ? DO you have any idea on how to do this with VBScript ?

 

Is it possible to create cross-projects links between requirements (or test and requirements) in ALM ?

 

Do you know if the notion of suspect link will be implemented soon in ALM ? DO you have any ideas on how to do it in the meantime with VBScript ?

The suspect link notion implies that a linked requirement will have an alert if the linked requirement is modified. This can also works for the test/requirement links.

I know about the alert rules to inform a "test" that the covered requirement has been modified.

 

Thank you in advance for your response,

Best regards,

Cédric Mabileau.

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Hi,

 

There is no way to link Reqs and Tests from different projects, and by scripting is a really complex solution that only PSO Team could have any idea on how to do it. You can contact your Sales and ask for PSO.

 

Actually, there are no plans to implement this in the future, you can open a ticket for submitting an ER to R&D for this feature in a future version.

 

Regards,
Alvaro.

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Thank you for your answer,

 

Does your answer apply also to the typed links and suspect links ?

 

Resgards,

Cédric.

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