Shradha_S 270007543G Visits (749)
In IBM Rational Reporting for Development Intelligence (RRDI) or Insight, custom enumeration attributes and values are not stored in the same tables and need other joined queries to access the values in your report.
To create an enumeration report, follow the below steps.
1) Launch Report studio, select create new report, from the package select Blank template and move to Query Explorer.
2) Create three queries for Work-item, Enumeration and Enumeration literals.
2.d) To filter against a specific Enumeration, add a filter to Name field and use the value of Enumeration ID in Enumeration literals value query.
3) Now from the Query Toolbox use Join option to join the above created queries.
Click on Join button to link the common key select "Request ID" from Workitem and Enumeration literal queries.
3.b) Create a join query and name it "Enumeration". Join the query for "Wor
Click on the Join button to link the common key, select "Value" from "Wor
Select the fields from both the queries "Wor
4) Now insert the columns of query 3.b in report and run the report.
Additional information can also be found in the Repo
Sumant Renukarya 270002B42N Visits (2062)
Rational Support encountered a case for IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC) where 400+ custom attributes in a project needed to be deleted. These attributes were removed from the presentation and from "Types and Attributes" in the process configuration, but they still show up in the Query Editor.
One of the options available is to archive the custom attributes and not include these when querying. However, in this example there was a request for a workaround for not being able to delete custom attributes. Again, the environment in this example had over 400 attributes to delete.