You can search for a submitted requirement in normal, conditional, and advanced search modes.

Go to the Requirements Management page

  1. Log on to the DataWorks console, find the target workspace, and then click Data Analytics.
  2. On the DataStudio page that appears, click the icon in the upper-left corner and choose All Products > Requirements Management.

On the Requirements Management page that appears, you can click Normal Search, Conditional Search, or Advanced Search to find the requirements that have been created.

Normal search

Click Normal Search in the upper-right corner and enter the requirement name to search for a requirement.Normal search

Conditional search

Click Conditional Search in the upper-right corner and specify search conditions to search for a requirement.Conditional search

Advanced search

Click Advanced Search in the upper-right corner. Specify multiple search conditions including rules and groups, and use the And and Or operators to specify the relationships among these search conditions to search for a requirement. This mode allows you to easily find a requirement from a large number of requirements in complex search scenarios.Advanced search
Parameter Description
Add Rule Click Add Rule to add a rule in the current condition group.
Add Group Click Add Group to add a lower-level condition group in the current condition group.
And or Or Specifies the relationship among the search conditions in the current condition group. Click And to search for requirements that meet all the search conditions in the current condition group. Click Or to search for requirements that meet any of the search conditions in the current condition group.

As shown in the preceding figure, conditions 1 and 2 and condition group 3 are in the And relationship, and conditions 4 and 5 in condition group 3 are also in the And relationship. When you click Search, the system searches for requirements that meet all conditions 1, 2, 4, and 5.

You can specify as many search conditions and condition groups as required and configure their relationships to search for the required requirements.