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Why are some users no longer able to move requirements within the same requirement type?

Why are some users no longer able to move requirements within the same requirement type?

Problem:

Why are some users no longer able to move requirements within the same requirement type?

Resolution:


  • Product Name: CaliberRM
  • Product Version: All
  • Product Component: Win32 Client
  • Platform/OS Version: Windows XP, Windows 2000/2003 Server

In Patch 5 for CaliberRM 2008 SP1 changes where introduced with regards to moving requirements. Previously there was an issue were read only users were able to move requirements within a requirement type. For many customers the layout of the requirements is important and so read only users should not have been allowed to move them. In order to help resolve this a new checkbox within the CaliberRM Administrator that controls what groups can move requirements. To see this setting:

  1. Select a Project
  2. Goto the Group Assignment tab in the right hand window
  3. Select a group
  4. Click on Advanced
  5. At the bottom of the screen there will be a check box with the description "Group members can move requirements for this project".





If you check this box, then any members of this group will be able to move requirements in the selected project.


Old KB# 30663

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