In Plutora and Plutora Test, the time zone (timezone) cannot be set and is based on the user’s browser settings. The browser takes its date and time from its computer’s settings. To find your time zone setting, click the user menu in the top-right corner of the blue navigation menu […]
Features Included in the June 4, 2018 Release Regional Release Schedule Region Schedule Asia-Pacific June 4, 2018 Europe June 6, 2018 Americas June 6, 2018 Functionality Enhancements Attachments via API Previously, file attachments could not be managed using the API. Now, users can use the API to read, add, and remove […]
Users can save time by bulk deleting Environment Requests (TECRs and TEBRs). Users can also delete one TECR or TEBR at a time.
Users can save time by bulk deleting Systems. Users can also delete one System at a time.
Users can save time by bulk deleting Changes. Users can also delete one Change at a time.
Integration Hub – API Customization supports API-to-API and file-to-API integration using NodeJS scripts. Administrators can establish customized integration layers between their existing systems like Jira, Clarity, TFS, and Plutora, by uploading and scheduling scripts containing business rules for mapping fields and entity relationships. Developers should see Use Cases And Sample Scripts […]
Users can also delete one Release at a time.
This glossary lists and defines all the terms and acronyms you are likely to see in Plutora and Plutora Test. # | A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | […]
Plutora’s API has a number of user stories to keep in mind.
To bulk update Requirements:
Features Included in the May 7, 2018 Release Regional Release Schedule Region Schedule Asia-Pacific May 7, 2018 Europe May 9, 2018 Americas May 9, 2018 Functionality Enhancements TEBR Email Notification Fields Now, the following TEBR fields have been added to Email Template Wizard Customization: Description. Impacted Systems. Regression Risk Systems. Bulk Update Requirements Previously, […]
Features Included in the May 21, 2018 Release Regional Release Schedule Region Schedule Asia-Pacific May 21, 2018 Europe May 23, 2018 Americas May 23, 2018 Functionality Enhancements More UI Standardizations Previously, page grids, pop ups, and headers and footers in Releases, Changes, Environments, TECRs, TEBRs, Environment Groups, Systems, and Deployment Plans were […]
Features Included in the April 23, 2018 Release Regional Release Schedule Region Schedule Asia-Pacific April 23, 2018 Europe April 26, 2018 Americas April 26, 2018 Functionality Enhancements Deployment Plan Email Template Wizard Enhancements Previously, only Deployment Plan Activity Custom Fields were available as Entity Fields. Now, Deployment Plan Custom Fields Entity Fields have […]
There are a number of ways that administrators may be asked to diagnose and troubleshoot their performance issues with Plutora and Plutora Test.
Features Included in the April 9, 2018 Release Regional Release Schedule Region Plutora Analytics Schedule JS Engine Schedule Asia-Pacific UAT only – April 9, 2018 April 9, 2018 Europe UAT only – April 9, 2018 April 11, 2018 Americas April 9, 2018 April 11, 2018 Functionality Enhancements Plutora Analytics: US Release Previously, […]
Setup (Custom Scripts) Customization allows administrators to add custom scripts which add functionality to entity types (modules) in Plutora. For example, if you wanted some of the Release Additional Information custom fields to be mandatory for users to complete if they selected a certain Release Type, the Custom Scripts feature is […]
Changing the date format in Plutora Test also changes it for Plutora and vice versa. For Plutora’s localization customization, see Localization Customization.
Features Included in the March 28, 2018 Release Regional Release Schedule Region Schedule Asia-Pacific March 28, 2018 Europe April 2, 2018 Americas April 2, 2018 Functionality Enhancements Triggered Email Enhancement Previously, when a user updated Entities, such as TEBRs or Releases, each updated field could potentially result in a notification email: For […]
Plutora supports Single Sign On (SSO), a session/user authentication process that allows users to enter one username and password to access multiple applications.
How do the following flavors of SSO work?: SAML. WS-Federation Services. WS-Federation Services with SAML.
Plutora Test supports the following ‘flavors’ of SSO: SAML. WS-Federation Services. WS-Federation Services with SAML. Set up procedures for all three flavors can be found below. First, check what kind of SSO you are using.
Plutora supports the following ‘flavors’ of SSO: SAML. WS-Federation Services. WS-Federation Services with SAML. Set up procedures for all three flavors can be found below. First, check what kind of SSO you are using.
The SSO instructions vary between the three potential ‘flavors’ of SSO, which are: SAML. WS-Federation Services. WS-Federation Services with SAML.
Users may develop an IM form in a Development instance of Plutora and need to move the form into the Production instance. The following article shows how to set up the new instance of Plutora so you can move the IM form.
Workbooks in Plutora Analytics allow users to analyze and graph data from one or more data cubes.