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  1. User Guide #define3

  2. Index • Projects • StartPage • Page Index • Recent Changes • Issue Tracker • Query • Settings • Milestones • New Issue • Edit Issue • Attachments • Notifications • Timesheet • Reports • FileArchive–web • Age Icons • Edit File • Open File • Lock File • Rename File • Delete File • File Properties • Folder tree • Revision • Revision (source code) • Upload File • Delete Selected • Retrieve deleted file • Mail Selected • Subversion information • FileArchive - Subversion Client • Installation • Checkout • SVN Update • Get Lock • Add • Commit • Delete • Show Log • Move Folder • Advanced Settings • Require lock beforeedit • Required lock for new files • Support • Sign in • My page • Summary • Settings • Userprofile • List subscriptions • Lists • Customer • StartPage • StartPage’s history • Edit • Publishedfiles

  3. Sign in Click here for signing in to #define Click on the lost your password or need support links for help

  4. Sign in Type your password and click OK

  5. My Page – Summary Click on the setting tab to change settings On My Page you can see your current issues You can at any time click on My Page to go back to this page

  6. My Page – Settings – User profile …and your password Under the user profile you can change your user profile… Click on the scroll bar to change language

  7. My Page – Settings – List subscriptions When you have subscribed to a list you can send e-mails from your regular e-mail account to the list by using this address Under the list subscription tab you can see list subscriptions and available lists Click on unsubscribe to unsubscribe from a list Click on a list to see mail conversations Click on subscribe to subscribe to a list

  8. My Page – Settings - Lists This is a list of conversations Click on view description to find out more about a list Click on conversation subject to see conversations

  9. My Page – Settings - Lists This is a conversation. The whole conversation will be shown in the same list Click on show details to see details

  10. My Page – Settings - Lists Click on my page to go back to My Page – summary Click on hide details to hide details

  11. My Page - Customer Now we are back at the summary page Click on a customer to go to the customer start page This is a list of your customers and the open projects you are involved in for each customer

  12. Customer – StartPage This is the customer start page – a wiki page that allows users to add, remove and modify content very easily Cllick on page history to see and compare versions of the page This is the projects you are involved in for this customer. Click here to learn more about projects.

  13. Customer – StartPage’s history You can click on latest version to go back to customer startpage It is possible to compare two versions of the wiki page by choosing two versions…. … and then click on compare versions

  14. Customer – StartPage’s history Click on page history to go back In this view the differences between the versions is shown

  15. Customer – StartPage - Edit You can start editing the current page by clicking on the edit link. Now we are back at the Customer Start Page Under recent changes you can find a lists with the 30 most recently created or edited pages Under page index you can find a list with the existing wiki pages. You can also see and restore pages from the trashcan by editing page and save as new version

  16. Customer - StartPage - Edit You can edit the wiki page by using the “Textile markup-language” and by choosing different headings etc. Click here for opening the quick reference pagewith examples of how textile works You can write a comment before saving changes. This comment will be shown under StartPage’s history Click on save changes to save

  17. Customer – Published files Open the view published files to see a list of files that have been published from the projects file archive Now we are back at the customer Start Page

  18. Customer – Published files In this view you can see a list of files that managers have published from the file archive Click on summary to go back to the customer start page Click on a file or folder to open (if you want to edit the file you must go to the file archive)

  19. Customer – StartPage - Projects Now we are back at the Customer Start Page Click on the project’s name to open a project

  20. Project - StartPage Click on the page index tab to open the page index view The wiki functions, page history and editare the same as for the customer start page. Click on the links above to go there and see instructions. This is a projects Start Page Here you can see a list with all the project members and their roles. Here is a list with all recent activities on the project. Click on the summary link for details.

  21. Project – Page Index You can also see and restore pages from the trashcan by editing page and save as new version In the page index viewyou can find a lists with the existing Wiki pages.

  22. Project – Recent Changes Under recent changes you can find a list with the 30 most recently created or edited pages

  23. Project StartPage – Issue Tracker Open the view Issue Tracker to view and edit issues Now we are back at the Project Start Page

  24. Project – Issue Tracker - Query This is the query view Choose customize query to change the query conditions

  25. Project – Issue Tracker - Query You can select different filters from the drop down menu. You can add as many filters as you like Remove a filter here Click update result and the new result will be shown below

  26. Project – Issue Tracker - Query You can choose to group the issues in different ways – for example by priority Click on the drop down menu for options Click on change columns to change which columns that should be shown Click on the arrow next to ID to assort the issues by ID number

  27. Project – Issue Tracker - Query …or click on the drop down menu for options if you want to add a column You can remove a column…

  28. Project – Issue Tracker - Query Select a column to add

  29. Project – Issue Tracker - Query Aggregates can be used on a column to apply a certain function to the complete set of issues returned by a query Use arrows in Pos column to move columns up and down the list And the new column will show up in the list Click here to set as default And click on Set columns to go back to the query

  30. Project – Issue Tracker - Query Now the new column will show up in the list

  31. Project – Issue Tracker - Query You can choose to export the issue list to a query report inExcel or Adobe etc. Click here pick format

  32. Project – Issue Tracker - Query Click here to open the file

  33. Project – Issue Tracker - Query As selected the Query report will be shown in an Excel table

  34. Project – Issue Tracker - Query Click on Save query to save the current query Now we are back at the query page

  35. Project – Issue Tracker - Query You can choose to save as a new query or save over a previously saved query

  36. Project – Issue Tracker - Query Enter a name for your new query Enter a description if you want Click save to save the query

  37. Project – Issue Tracker - Query Now the new query has been created and will be shown under my queries in the drop down menu

  38. Project – Issue Tracker - Query When you choose the query My pending QA issues you will see all resolved issues where you are the QA contact. QA stands for Quality Assurance. When the issue is resolved it is your turn as QA Contact to do the testing Click on an issue to see details

  39. Project – Issue Tracker - Query Here you can see the issue and all details Click on the edit tab when you want to verify that the bug is tested

  40. Project – Issue Tracker - Query When the bug is tested you want to mark the issue as verified If the bug isn’t fixed you can reassign or reopen the issue Write a comment if you want and click on submit changes

  41. Project – Issue Tracker - Query Click on the query tab to go back to the query view Now you can see that the issue is verified and the issue will disappear from My pending QA issue All comments is shown in this list

  42. Project – Issue Tracker - Query Now we are back in the query view If you are searching for an issue and you just remember that it was last modified during a certain period of time you can add the filter last modified between…

  43. Project – Issue Tracker - Settings Now we are back in the query view Click on the setting tab to open the setting view

  44. Project – Issue Tracker - Settings Under My settings you can change default query …and click save Select the query you want to set as default query…

  45. Project – Issue Tracker - Settings Click on the Milestone tab to open the milestone view Now the new default query is saved

  46. Project – Issue Tracker - Milestones This is the Milestone view You can filter milestones to showuncompleted or to show all Click on the Milestone title to get a report of milestone issues (a query will be opened for this milestone)

  47. Project – Issue Tracker - Milestones This is the query for Milestone; Athens that we chose under the milestone tab You can always go to the milestone query view to see current status for the issues connected to the milestone

  48. Project – Issue Tracker – New Issue Click on the New Issue tab to create a new issue

  49. Project – Issue Tracker – New Issue The issue type depends on how the issue should be handled When adding a new issue you have to start by selecting an issue type Click Continue You can only select one issue type

  50. Project – Issue Tracker – New Issue Default component owner is the owner of the chosen component . Leave as default … Enter a summary/title for the issue Before you press the create issue button, go to the planning tab … or select a person to assign the issue to Select QA contact It is recommended to connect the issue to a milestone (release) Select the rest of the properties, some of them have default values and some need a value to be accepted Enter a description of the issue in this field with wiki functionality