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Script Generator - Requirements module Primary/Secondary fields List rule customization

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In the past I've created Primary/Secondary fields rules for the Defects module using the Script Generator - List Customization for Defects Module tool in the Set Up Workflow framework.

Is it possible to do the same for the Requirements module fields, i.e. add a sub, using the Script editor and "turn it on".

I went into the Script editor, and created such a sub (called it WizardReqListCust) similar to the ones for Defects, but this time using the respective Requirements fields. However, I don't know how to apply it, if it's possible at all.

I'll appreciate any feedback!

Thank you!

Lubo
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Sure, just like for defects, wherever you had WizardListCust (moveto, fieldchange), find the corresponding Req_ procedure and add a call to WizardReqListCust (personally I would remove the Wizard prefix)

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Sure, just like for defects, wherever you had WizardListCust (moveto, fieldchange), find the corresponding Req_ procedure and add a call to WizardReqListCust (personally I would remove the Wizard prefix)

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Thank you WW239455. I also found the following thread, just minutes before you answered me (for some reason couldn't see it in the first search I did):

http://forums13.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?admit=109447627+1255104419748+28353475&threadId=1373649

Really appreciate it!

Lubo

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