This task describes how to manipulate ALM data.
To filter ALM data to display only those records that meet your criteria, click the Set Filter/Sort button . The Filter dialog box opens. In the Filter tab, assign a single condition or multiple conditions. For user interface details, see Filter Dialog Box.
In the Test Lab module, you can define the Status filter as "Failed" and the Tester filter as "David Or Mark". Only failed test runs performed by David or Mark are displayed.
To further drill down your data, define a cross filter. In the Filter dialog box, click the Cross Filter tab. For user interface details, see Filter Dialog Box.
In the test plan tree, you can define the cross filter for associated test sets as "Open". This ensures that only tests that belong to an open test set are displayed. Alternatively, you can define the associated test set filter to find tests that are not in any test set.
For a use-case scenario on building filters, see Work with Complex Filters - Use-Case Scenario.
You set sorting priorities of records displayed in the ALM trees and grids. By default, records appear in ALM according to the order in which they were added. In the Filter dialog box, click the View Order tab. For user interface details, see Filter Dialog Box.
In the Test Grid, if the Designer column is assigned the highest sort priority, records are sorted in the ASCII sort order according to the names appearing in the Designer column. If Test Name is assigned the next highest priority, test records assigned the same name in the Designer column are then sorted in the ASCII sort order according to their test name.
You separate grid data into groups according to specified criteria. In the Filter dialog box, click the Group tab. For user interface details, see Filter Dialog Box.
In the Defects Grid, if you select the Assigned To column as the highest group by priority, records are grouped according to the names appearing in the Assigned To column. If you select Status and Severity as the next highest priorities respectively, defects assigned the same name in the Assigned To column are next grouped according to their status, and then their severity.
Arrange and Select Columns: You determine which columns are displayed in ALM and the order in which they appear. Select View > Select Columns. The Select Columns dialog box opens. For user interface details, see Select Columns/Select Fields Dialog Box.
You can view a list of changes made to ALM entities. In addition, you can view previous versions of entities stored in a particular baseline.
Click the History tab or button. For user interface details, see History Tab.