Look & Feel of BTK

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Jul 13th, 2010

What do you think of the look and feel of Bug Toolkit? If you could improve the user interface, what changes could we make that would improve that overall user experience for our users?

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Correct Answer by ThunderCK_2 about 6 years 6 months ago

This is a very nice feature and I use it when I find a current or new Bug that is in an opened state.  The issue I have is that filtering is not as useful as it needs to be.  I have not been able to ask The Bug Toolkit, "What bugs have been found after ASA code release 7.2(4.18)?" for example.  The newer search results CVS output is helpful as I can filter by "first found in" and "fixed in" fields.  This is still very manual and very time consuming. 

Correct Answer by ThunderCK_2 about 6 years 6 months ago

I would like to search for bugs that have been discovered of a particular severity after a particular software release, including interim releases.  This will help me keep trace of bugs that effect my software versions and new bugs that come up that could hit me.  This will help me justify appropriate software updates.  Any chance this might happen for ASA bugs?

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ThunderCK_2 Mon, 07/26/2010 - 08:43

I would like to search for bugs that have been discovered of a particular severity after a particular software release, including interim releases.  This will help me keep trace of bugs that effect my software versions and new bugs that come up that could hit me.  This will help me justify appropriate software updates.  Any chance this might happen for ASA bugs?

rachtels Mon, 07/26/2010 - 12:31

Have you tried the BTK Notififaction Service in the tool under "My Notifications"? You can set up searches and receive notification via email. The tool will capture new bugs for new software releases if you define the Product Category and/or Product. Attached is a high level step-by-step guide. Hope this helps!

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ThunderCK_2 Mon, 07/26/2010 - 12:50

This is a very nice feature and I use it when I find a current or new Bug that is in an opened state.  The issue I have is that filtering is not as useful as it needs to be.  I have not been able to ask The Bug Toolkit, "What bugs have been found after ASA code release 7.2(4.18)?" for example.  The newer search results CVS output is helpful as I can filter by "first found in" and "fixed in" fields.  This is still very manual and very time consuming. 

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