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Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Hi,

The requirements table list shows the test coverage progress bar per each subrequirment/subfeature. Which is very fine. However, the test coverage seems to be the sum over the times.

I would need to see the test coverage of individual requirement package/feature filtered by release, not an all time summary. Similar to filtering in testcase list (combox in header) .

Is there any solution in current SpiraTest version? If not, would it be possible to add this functionality to next Spira release ? 

p.s.: I'd like to upload screenshot that i made, but don't know how...

Josef
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Sarah T.Sarah T.
re: Josef Vopicka on Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Hi Josef

If you go to Project Home, add the 'Requirements Regression Coverage' widget to the project home dashboard and then filter by release.

That will then show you all of the requirements in the project, with the test coverage only considering test cases that are planned and executed for the selected Release.

Regards
Sarah
Josef VopickaJosef Vopicka
re: Sarah T. on Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Friday, June 3, 2016
Hi Sarah,

Yes you are right, it is a useful kind of. But not exactly what I need. This is only the total SUM per release, but I want to see the same data in details, not only total number of untested requirements but also, which requirements has not been tested in selected release, the same way as it is at Requirements page.

Could you please add, to the next Spira version, the Release combo box (to filter the test execution coverage) on the Requirements page too? I mean the same way as it is possible today at  TestCases page.

Thank you,
Josef
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