IID Experiment: Defect Tracking Tool Specification

Defect Tracking Tool:

In general, the customer wants a web-based defect tracking tool to allow them to enter defects that are found on a given release of a software project. The version of the product that the defect is found in can be a development version or a customer release version.

F00001: User can view list of Projects.

The user expects to see the project name, description, release/version, start date, estimated end date.

F00002: User can create a new Project

A Project represents a software product’s specific release. The user expects to see the project name, description, release/version, start date, estimated end date

F00005: User can create a ‘Defect’

User can create a defect associated with a given project/version.

F00006: User can view list of ‘Defect’s

User can view list of defects

Future requirements

FFFFFF: User can create a project that inherits from previous/existing projects

The idea is that new projects will be able to inherit the number of defects that exist from previous release. (defects will be picked from previous releases.)

FFFFFF: Projects can have iterations associated with them

An iteration can have any name associated with it. Iterations have an order. Iterations have a time span (start date-end date). A project can have many iterations and an iteration can only be associated with one project.

FFFFF: Iterations can have ‘work items’ associated with them

A piece of work to be done or achieved is denoted by a ‘work item’. work items can be on their own or as a item that contains children who are also work items. For now it is believed that one level of hierarchy is sufficient.


If you have a suggest for a requirement please leave a comment explaining what functionality you would like to see.

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