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General Board / Re: Scope of specification manager
« on: October 10, 2016, 07:24:31 pm »
Thanks for your replies!
Meanwhile I found the following method that does what I need:
1) Right click on a package and select "View as list"
2) In the list:
    - "Show Nested Package Content"
    - "Show Element Hierarchy"
    - Righ click on top of the list and select "Add tag value column"

This gives me an overall view of all requirements of the package sorted according to their hierarchy and including all my custom tagged values that I want. Everything in one view! :)

General Board / Scope of specification manager
« on: October 08, 2016, 04:04:38 am »
Hi everybody,

I just started with EA and I have bumped into the following problem:
I added a custom tagged value to my requirements. Now I am looking for a convenient way to display all of my requirements together with
1) their status  and
2) my custom tagged value.
The specification manager basically provides what I need, however, I can not see all of my requirements simultaneously. Instead, I can only see the requirements of one package.

I've been googling for some time now to solve this problem, but could not come up with a solution. Is there a way to either configure the specification manager in such a way that it displays all the packages at the same time. Or is there any other window / view etc. that provides what I need?

It should be a table or similar output that looks like this:
requirement name  |  requirement status  | requirement custom tagged value
REQ001                |  Proposed               | foo
REQ002                |  Approved               | bar
REQ003                |  Proposed               | foo

Thanks in advance and have a nice weekend!

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