The Metrics and Reporting page enables you to view Excel reports on active and historical work items in a project such as requirements. For example, you can view a graphical report that shows how many requirements are still in definition, how many are being designed, how many are in coding, and so on.
On this page, the queries for active requirements, defects, and so on return items that have a Status attribute value of Submitted, Started, On hold, or Reopened, and historical work items have a Status attribute of Closed or Will Not Complete.
From the Metrics and Reporting page, you can do the following:
For information on working with metrics and reports, see the user help on the Metrics and Reporting page.
Note: The Excel reports generated from the Metrics and Reporting page can only work if basic authentication is enabled. These reports do not work on sites that use certificate-based authentication. Check with your domain administrator if you are not sure what type of authentication your site uses.
You can add new links in the activities area. You can create landing pages for the links, and these landing pages can contain documentation tables with upload buttons to this page. This can be convenient if you expect many documents to be uploaded and you want to avoid clutter on the main page for a subpage or a page.
The CollabNet Baseline Project template automatically creates a process documents table with associated buttons and browse dialogs for uploading documents when you create a subdirectory of a subpage or a page that itself contains a subdirectory named documents.
See the help on configuring links and landing pages for the Project Management page for details.
At the bottom of the Integrations page, you can provide information that points users to any other information that you think is relevant.
<td>Customizing the ALM Baseline Project template</td>
<td><a href="http://www.collab.net/training/alm/Customizing_ALM.doc" onclick="window.open(this.href); return false;" title="Note: link may open in new window">http://www.collab.net/training/alm/Customizing_ALM.doc</a></td>
onclick="return launch(this.href);"if you do not want the link to open a page in a new browser window.
[Note: link may open in new window]depending on what you want to appear in the tool tip that is displayed when the user moves the cursor over the link.
class="b" to provide different shades of grey in the table.