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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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Basics: Developing Extensions – The Polarion SDK

In this basic guide I want to explain on a high level, what and where you can find the things you need for Development in the SDK of Polarion.Although there is a lot of information in the SDK, it isn’t necessarily easy to find or self explaining. So I want to give a high-level overviewContinue reading “Basics: Developing Extensions – The Polarion SDK”

Basics: Report Pages

Report Pages erm√∂glichen es einem beinahe alles live zu reporten, was sich Projektmanager, Testmanager oder auch andere Nutzer w√ľnschen. Hier gehe ich aber ersteinmal auf ein paar grundlegen Eigenschaften der Report Pages ein. Report Pages lassen sich innerhalb eines Spaces anlegen, wenn man auf dessen Index geht. Klickt man auf das + Symbol oben links,Continue reading “Basics: Report Pages”

Basics: Velocity

Velocity – the quick way, to realize small customizings in Polarion. In this Part, I will explain the basic functionalities of Velocity in Polarion. Additional information about APIs will be introduced in other posts. First of all: What can I do with Velocity? Configure report widgets even more detailed Create your own widgets Render informationContinue reading “Basics: Velocity”