Build a quality coverage metric
When all product features have a related validation or verification test, teams are building a culture of quality.
Quality coverage shows whether you can answer those questions and stay on track for delivery.
Once you import data from Jama Connect, you can use templates in Jama Analyze to customize reports to measure your coverage across your projects.
From the Jama Connect index page, click on the quality coverage trend panel.
You will be taken to the the workspace where you will be able to set filters for you report.
Understand the filters
This dropdown will show all of the projects that you have imported into Jama Analyze during the setup process. If you don't see the project you want, you'll need to reconfigure your import and let the import run.
Since each project in Jama Connect can be completely unique, you'll want to select which of the item types you are interested in displaying coverage for.
Coverage is calculated by looking for the presence of downstream required items, one layer deep.
You can set a start and an end date to your trend. Any item counts that falls outside of the selected date range will not be shown on the chart.
View your data
Once you have defined your filters, you can now hit the preview button, and the chart on the left of the filter panel will load.
At this point, you can save the chart, or update the filters to preview another one. You can also start from a previously saved chart, edit the filters, and save as a new chart.To load your saved charts, use the dropdown above the top left corner of your chart.
Share your data
Quality coverage metrics can be added to your existing dashboards and they can individually be made public, which you can then share with a public URL and access code.
Above your chart, you will see a Settings and a Share button. Visit the settings to add your chart to any of your existing dashboards. From here you can also add a description, edit the chart name, and manage the public access settings.