Project Settings Module Menus and Buttons

The Project Settings module enables you to view and manage project settings.

To access
  • On the sidebar, under Lab Settings, select Project Settings.

  • Project administrator: In ALM, on the masthead, click and select Performance Center Project Settings.

Important information

If you are a project administrator, you can view the current project's settings in ALM. You can also modify some of the settings.

Menus and toolbars of the Project Settings module are described below:

UI Elements (A - Z)

Where

Description

Add to Favorites

Favorites

Opens the Add Favorite dialog box, enabling you to add a favorite view to your private or the public folder. For details, see the Micro Focus Application Lifecycle Management User Guide: Add Favorite Dialog Box.

Copy URL

Project Settings and <right-click menu>

Copies a selected project and pastes its URL as a link. The project itself is not copied. Instead, you can paste the address into another location, such as an email or a document. Clicking the link opens up ALM and takes you to the project file or folder. If you are not already logged in, ALM first prompts for login details.

Export

Project Settings and <right-click menu>

Opens the Export Grid Data dialog box, enabling you to export the project settings in the grid as a text file, Microsoft Excel worksheet, Microsoft Word document, or HTML document.

Choose one of the following options:

  • All. Exports all project settings in the grid.

  • Selected. Exports selected project settings in the grid.

Find

View

Opens the Find dialog box, enabling you to search for project settings in the module. For details about search options, see the Micro Focus Application Lifecycle Management User Guide: Find Dialog Box.

Go to Project Settings

Project Settings

Opens the Go To Project Settings dialog box, enabling you to find a specific project settings record by its ID number.

Grid Filters

View and <right-click menu>

Enables you to filter the data according to an entry in the filter box. For details about filtering options, see the Micro Focus Application Lifecycle Management User Guide: Select Filter Condition Dialog Box.

Information Panel

View and <right-click menu>

Shows/Hides the Information Panel in the lower area of the module.

Organize Favorites

Favorites

Opens the Organize Favorites dialog box, enabling you to organize the list of favorite views by changing properties or deleting views. For details, see the Micro Focus Application Lifecycle Management User Guide: Organize Favorites Dialog Box.

Project Settings Details

Project Settings and <right-click menu>

Opens the Project Settings Details dialog box, enabling you to view and edit details of the selected project.

Private

Favorites

Lists the favorite views that are accessible only to the user who created them.

Public

Favorites

Lists the favorite views that are accessible to all users.

Refresh All

View

Refreshes the grid so that it displays the most up-to-date information.

Replace

Edit and <right-click menu>

In the Project Details grid, opens the Replace dialog box, enabling you to replace a field value in the grid. For details, see the Micro Focus Application Lifecycle Management User Guide: Replace Dialog Box.

Select Columns

View

Opens the Select Columns dialog box, enabling you to determine which fields to display in the grid and their order. For details, see the Micro Focus Application Lifecycle Management User Guide: Select Columns/Select Fields Dialog Box.

For details about the project setting fields, see Project Settings Module Fields.

Set Filter/Sort

View

Enables you to filter and sort the project settings in the grid. Any currently applied filters or sorting orders are displayed below the toolbar. For details, see the Micro Focus Application Lifecycle Management User Guide: Filter Dialog Box.

Update Selected

Edit and <right-click menu>

Opens the Update Selected dialog box, enabling you to update a field value for a multiple selection in the grid. For details, see the Micro Focus Application Lifecycle Management User Guide: Update Selected Dialog Box.