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Status Future consideration
Categories Asset Manager
Created by Guest
Created on Apr 4, 2017

Add Resource Link Granularity

The add resource link in RAM allows our project to link to test plans and cases in Rational Quality Manager but does not allow us to link assets to Test environments or test suites which our project currently uses.

Idea priority Medium
RFE ID 103359
RFE Product Rational Asset Manager
  • Guest
    Apr 4, 2017

    Attachment (Description): This is the selection that is currently available. While this is helpful, Our project uses Test Suites and Test Environments to manage testing. Being able to see more options that are out of the box would give us greater granularity and a more useful product.