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Why aren"t requirements published from DefineIT to CaliberRM part of the estimations in EstimatePro?

Why aren"t requirements published from DefineIT to CaliberRM part of the estimations in EstimatePro?

Problem:

Why aren"t requirements published from DefineIT to CaliberRM part of the estimations in EstimatePro?

Resolution:

Problem:

Requirements were created in DefineIT and then published to CaliberRM. The published requirements were published to an appropriate requirement type that contains the mandatory Low Effort, Expected Effort, and High Effort UDAs. EstimatePro was then launched but the requirements that originated in DefineIT weren"t included in the estimate calculations. How can this be fixed?

Solution:

If each child requirement does not have values populated in the Low Effort, Expected Effort, and High Effort UDAs (even if the parent requirement does), then the entire requirement goup will not be part of EstimatePro"s calculations. Thus, if your requirement subtree looks like:

  • Parent Requirement --with estimate UDA values
    • ChildReq1 -- with estimate UDA values
    • ChildReq2 -- with no estimate UDA values

None of the above requirements will be part of EstimatePro"s calculations. However, if your subtree looks like:

  • Parent Requirement -- with estimate UDA values
    • ChildReq1 -- with estimate UDA values
    • ChildReq2 -- with estimate UDA values

All of the above requirements will be part of EstimatePro"s calculations

Old KB# 16370

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