Praveen_ji Absent Member.
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How to find count of each Priority in Defects in HP ALM?

Hi,

Here I want to display count of each priorities(New, Open, Closed, Fixed, Rejected, Reopen) to each person (like developer, pm, tester) from Priority field in Defects.


here any methods avail for counting each status instead of writing loops.

 

For better understanding see attachments ..
Thanks in Advance.

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Martin Sander Trusted Contributor.
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Re: How to find count of each Priority in Defects in HP ALM?

Hi

Create a standard report in analysis view and then change the view type to DataGrid and you will get your numbers

Thanks
Martin
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Praveen_ji Absent Member.
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Re: How to find count of each Priority in Defects in HP ALM?

Hi Martin,

Sorry for gave you less info about my requirement,  actually im getting these priority info from Hp ALM by using C#.net. Here im getting info into web grid first and later it convert into xml format.

Finally what im saying that , i have to display these priority count in xml format.

 

 Thank you.

 

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Absent Member.. Trudy Claspill Absent Member..
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Re: How to find count of each Priority in Defects in HP ALM?

Praveen,

How are you pulling data from ALM using C#? Are you using the ALM Open Test Architecture API? Are you using the REST API? Are you trying to execute SQL queries directly against your database?
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Praveen_ji Absent Member.
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Re: How to find count of each Priority in Defects in HP ALM?

Yes Trudy Claspill,

 

Im using C# and OTA API. not using SQL server.

 

I'm providing complete information regarding this.  see the attachments how I pulled the data from ALM.

 

Hope you can understand my requirement.

 

Thanks in advance.

Praveen_Ji

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