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CS-6302 APPLICATION LIFECYCLE MGTREPORTING AND ANALYSISP a g e|1Module 011 REPORTING AND ANALYSIS“Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of intelligent effort.”John RuskinOverview of the CourseStudents learn how to manage quality information throughout thedevelopment cycle, from constructing requirements, designing and executing tests,through monitoring defects.Students learn how to work with the Desktop client and the new Web client. Inaddition, using the HP Sprinter and its new features are discussed, including:Using HP Sprinter on manual testsUsing version control to keep track of changes and also to create andmanage librariesCreating and comparing baselinesImporting and exporting from Microsoft ExcelGenerating reports and graphs using the dashboardUsing cross-project customization and Project Planning and Tracking(PPT)Objectives:After completing this module, you should be able to:Describe reporting and analysis in ALMIdentify the features of the dashboardCreate dashboard folders and pagesConfigure the dashboardView a dashboard pageAnalyze reports and graphsCreate and view project reports
CS-6302 APPLICATION LIFECYCLE MGTREPORTING AND ANALYSISP a g e|2Generate formatted project documentation and Excel reportsShare graphs that you can open without the ALM clientResearching beyond the coverage of this module is highly encouraged tosupplement your understanding of the topics covered. Always,think and seebeyond the box.The citation provided is a guideline. Please check each citation for accuracybefore use.So, what are we waiting for? Let us now explore the LifecyleManagement of ApplicationIntroductionThe ALM RoadmapYou can generate reports and graphs within each ALM module to trackand assess the progress of your project. The Requirements, Test Plan, Test Lab,and Defects modules of ALM provide predefined report and graph templates.You can use these templates to retrieve the information that you want toanalyze.Analysis OverviewDashboard ModulesIn the Dashboard modules, you analyze ALM data by creating graphs,project reports, and Excel reports. You can also create dashboard pages thatdisplay multiple graphs side-by-side.The Dashboard contains the following modules:Analysis View moduleContains the Analysis tree in which you organizeall of your analysis items. Analysis items can be any of the followinganalysis types: graphs, project reports, and Excel reports. Users with therequired administrator permissions also have access to the AnalysisMenus tab. This tab enables you to manage the analysis items that aregenerated from within the Analysis menu in specific modules, such asRequirements and Test Lab.Dashboard View moduleContains the Dashboard tree in which youorganize dashboard pages. In dashboard pages, you arrange multiplegraphs that you created in the Analysis tree, and display them in a singleview.

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