Customizing the Integrations page for a project

The Integrations page allows you to access information generated by third-party tools. In the default CollabNet Baseline Project template, the Integrations page provides the following:

A project template administrator is responsible for configuring the page so that links to live systems such as TestDirector and CruiseControl are working. If you do not see this page (or some of the information described in this Help as belonging on the page), the template administrator has not made this information available to your project.

As a project administrator, you are likely to be the user who is responsible for regularly updating the information from TestDirector, and you may be responsible for updating the CruiseControl information.

Customizing the Resources links

At the bottom of the Project Management page, you can provide information that points users to any other information that you think is relevant.

To edit the Resource Links table:

  1. If you have not done so already, use Subversion to check out the project template directory.
    For example, you may check out My-Project /trunk/www/cn-project-pages
    Where My-Project is the name of the project you are working on.
  2. Use Subversion to update the Project Management bottom.html snippet.
    For example, using Subversion, this will be in My-Project/trunk/www/cn-project-pages/Integrations/snippets/bottom.html
  3. Open the bottom.html file in an editor.
  4. In the section for resource links, edit a row in the table, such as the following:
    <tr class="a">
    <td>Customizing the ALM Baseline Project template</td>
    <td><a href="" onclick="; return false;" title="Note: link may open in new window"></a></td>
  5. Remove onclick="return launch(this.href); return false;" if you do not want the link to open a page in a new browser window.
  6. Remove [Note: link may open in new window] if you do not want that text to appear in the tool tip that appears when the user moves the cursor over the link.
  7. Alternate between class="a" and class="b" to provide different shades of grey in the table.
  8. Using Subversion, update this file and commit the changes.