Rendering generated Content in Polarion Documents

So far, developing and using Widgets is a standard when displaying aggregated data of Work Items across the whole project or different documents, for stuff like testing reports, traceability matrixes. But these are always external, can of course be opened in a baseline (e.g. for a specific release), but do not have a Workflow orContinue reading “Rendering generated Content in Polarion Documents”

Setting up a Polarion, Jenkins and SonarQube Toolchain for Software Development

In this post I will go trough the steps to set up a simple toolchain that allows me to manage my small development projects: Polarion to keep track of all User Stories/Requirements, Change Requests and Issues that are planned and fixed in a specific release. Jenkins to configure your build management for your software andContinue reading “Setting up a Polarion, Jenkins and SonarQube Toolchain for Software Development”

How to Navigate Polarions APIs – Some basic Tips

While it becomes pretty easy to achive your goal with the Polarion API, if you have experience and know where to search – it can be equally frustrating, if you don’t find the necessary classes, methods and starting points. In this post I want to share my “search-tactics” in the Polarion API to find whatContinue reading “How to Navigate Polarions APIs – Some basic Tips”

How to create your own Velocity Widget

Polarion offers the possibility to create your own widgets that you can add in any LiveReport pages of your project. They enable you to report or show exactly the information which is needed in your project. In this post I will explain the basics of velocity widget development and an example of how you couldContinue reading “How to create your own Velocity Widget”

SYS.3 – System Architectural Design

Hello there,thank you for joining in for another round with me. This post will cover the A-SPICE SYS.3 – System Architectural Design process. In our last episode we took a closer look on the SYS.2 – System Requirements Analysis process. So if you missed this one, go check it out. Lets get started ID: SYS.3ProcessContinue reading “SYS.3 – System Architectural Design”

SYS.2 – System Requirements Analysis

Welcome back!I´m NotDenis and I will give you my thoughts on the A-SPICE SYS.2 process. In the last blogs we have covered the structure and concept of A-SPICE where as now I want to explain each process of the HIS/VDA Scope. Structure But before we start maybe we should check how the processes are documented.IfContinue reading “SYS.2 – System Requirements Analysis”

A-SPICE – the journey continues

Hi there, It´s NotDenis again. Welcome back to my series of A-SPICE related thoughts and findings. In case you find it hard to understand the content here, try reading my first post. It should explain all the basics, so its easier for you to follow.First post What do we know so far? In our lastContinue reading “A-SPICE – the journey continues”

A-SPICE – start of a journey

Hi there, I´m NotDenis and I want to welcome you on my first blog post ever. Why am I doing this?In my job I often encounter the challenge of fulfilling or understanding a ISO/norm. And I must say. Its not a easy task! Often I hear terms like ISO26262, A-SPICE etc. But what does thisContinue reading “A-SPICE – start of a journey”

Basics: Polarion Templates

You might want to modify existing project templates or even create a complete new one, to instantiate new projects based on your own templates – adapted to your specific processes. Here I will explain the absolute basics about the structure of project templates. To understand project templates, lets take a look at the project structureContinue reading “Basics: Polarion Templates”

Basics: Filter Work Items and configure Widgets by SQL Queries

Most Polarion users use the lucene filter functionality on a daily basis, as it’s pretty handy and easy to use. But there is one downside to lucene queries: as soon as you want to create a filter, based on a complex linking scheme, you will have to switch to using SQL Queries or Velocity Code.Continue reading “Basics: Filter Work Items and configure Widgets by SQL Queries”

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