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Sub-Requirements of ID" filters cause the Requirement Grid to locks up.

Sub-Requirements of ID" filters cause the Requirement Grid to locks up.

Problem:

Sub-Requirements of ID" filters cause the Requirement Grid to locks up.

Resolution:

Question:
When trying to run complicated Requirement Grid filter that include "Sub-Requirements of ID", the grid locks up.

Example:
Project Equals "Project A"
Type Equals "Business Requirements"
Sub-requirements of ID Equals 10
Release Version Contains Release 3

Answer:
When the filter is ran as described, you are actually forcing the filter to load ALL of the requirements in the project and subsequently ALL of the UDA data contained therein.

A requirement has only 1 project and 1 requirement type, so searching for a specific project and specific requirement type is adding 2 levels of redundancy to this equation.

If you remove the Project and Requirement type, leaving only "Sub-requirements of ID" and Release Version, the information will load much faster and not lock up the grid.

** Filter option "Sub-requirements of ID" is only available in CaliberRM 2008 releases. **

Old KB# 16484

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