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Develop dashboard table view
Published On Jun 21, 2024 - 10:19 AM

Develop dashboard table view

View a tabular view of development details.
A new dialog appears when you click on a technical service View details from the table view. The technical service details view has tabs for Overview, Issue, Defects, and Summary of Issues and Defects. The following elements are displayed in this dialog:
  • At the top, the
    Development Activity
    is the name of the technical service in question.
  • Below is the tool engine that displays the current engine tool.
  • The next item in the technical service details view is a time frame with the following selections:
    • 1D
      (1 Day, last 24 hours)
    • 7D
      (Last 7 Days)
    • 14D
      (Last 14 Days)
    • 2M
      (Last 2 Months)
    • 3M
      (Last 3 Months)
    • 6M
      (Last 6 Months)
    • Custom duration
      (A custom date range within 6 months)
  • Two boxes containing the summary of the aggregate of Defects (new, updated, closed) and Issues (new, updated, closed).
Overview graphs
This section contains four graphs:
  • Issues
  • Defects
  • Pull request
  • Commits
Issues, Defects, and Pull requests graphs illustrate the trend of each data type (new, updated, closed), and the commits graph displays the number of commits through the selected period.
The pull requests and commits graphs are not presented for JIRA technical services.
Defects tab
This table references the source engine for all Updated faults for that technical service. When you expand each row (if the problem includes tags), a chevron symbol appears next, indicating the tags applied to that fault. The Defects dialog presents a table with the following elements:
  • Defect no:
    The number of the Defects linked to the Defect in Jira.
  • Summary:
    A brief description of the Defect.
  • State:
    Current defect state: open or close.
  • Created date:
    The date the Defect was created.
  • Updated date:
    The date the Defect was updated.
  • Assignee:
    The user the Defect was assigned to.
  • Created by:
    The user that created the request.
Only the
Defect no
and
Summary
columns can be sorted, and above this table, you will find a search box that allows searching by
Defect no
and a
Settings
icon that allows changing the table settings to show or hide pre-selected columns.
Issues tab
:  This tab offers a table concerning the source engine that displays all the Updated problems for that technical service. When you expand the Issue, you'll see a chevron icon next to each row (if the Issue includes tags), revealing the tags applied to it. The Issues dialog presents a table with the following elements:
  • Issue no:
    The number of the Issue with a link to the source issue.
  • Summary:
    A brief description of the Issue.
  • State:
    Current issue state: open or close.
  • Created date:
    The date the Issue was created.
  • Updated date:
    The date the Issue was updated.
  • Assignee:
    The user the Issue was assigned to.
  • Created by:
    The user that created the Issue.
Only the
Issue no
and
Summary
columns can be sorted, and above this table, you will find a search box that allows searching by
Issue no
and a
Settings
icon that allows changing the table settings to show or hide pre-selected columns.
Pull request table
This table only applies to Git, Bitbucket, and Azure DevOps and does not include Jira. This table displays all open pull requests for that technical service, with the PR number as a link to the source engine. The Pull request tab presents a table with the following elements:
  • PR number:
    The number of the Defects linked to the Defect in JIRA.
  • PR Summary:
    A brief description of the Defect.
  • Created date:
    The date the Defect was created.
  • Updated date:
    The date the Defect was updated.
  • Created by:
    The user that created the request.
All columns can be sorted, and above this table, you will find a search box that allows searching and a
Settings
icon that allows changing the table settings to show or hide pre-selected columns.
Contributor tab
This table applies solely to Git and Bitbucket. This table contains the names of Contributors during the time period chosen [7/14/30 days, 3/6 months, or any custom timeframe not exceeding 180 days]. The Defects dialog presents a table with the following elements:
  • Contributors name:
    The name of the contributor.
  • Commits:
    The total number of commits per contributor.
  • Additions:
    The number of additions per contributor
  • Deletions:
    The number of deletions per contributor.
All columns can be sorted, and above this table, you will find a search box that allows searching and a
Settings
icon that allows changing the table settings to show or hide pre-selected columns.
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