After a requirement is created, the requirement owner and users to whom the requirement is copied can manage the requirement as needed on the requirement details page.

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.
  3. On the Requirements Management page that appears, click the name of the target requirement to go to the management page of the requirement.

    For more information about how to search for a requirement, see Search for a requirement.

Specify the status of a requirement

You can set Status in the Basic Information section for a requirement based on the phase that the requirement is currently in.Status

The statuses include To Be Reviewed, Reviewing, To Be Designed, Designing, To Be Developed, Developing, To Be Tested, Testing, To Be Published, To Be Checked, Acceptance Checked, and Rejected.

You can also specify different users as the owner of a requirement in each phase so that these users can implement the requirement collaboratively based on their responsibilities.

Associate nodes with a requirement

If you want to develop data in DataWorks when implementing a requirement, you can associate objects such as nodes from DataStudio and experiments from Machine Learning Platform for AI (PAI) with this requirement.

Note All associated nodes must be in the Deployed state before you can set the status of the requirement to To Be Checked or Acceptance Checked.
  1. On the Requirements Management page, click Associated Nodes.
  2. Select the nodes to be associated with the requirement and click OK.
    Note You can only select nodes in DataWorks workspaces of the Alibaba Cloud account that currently logs on to DataWorks.
  3. Click the arrow in the Associated Nodes section and view the status of the associated nodes.
    • If a node is associated from a DataWorks workspace in basic mode and has been submitted in DataStudio, the node is in the Deployed state.
    • If a node is associated from a DataWorks workspace in standard mode and has been deployed in DataStudio, the node is in the Deployed state.
    • An experiment associated from PAI is in the Deployed state by default.
    • If a node is taken offline after it is deployed to Operation Center, the status of the node becomes Submitted on this page by default.

Delete an associated node

To delete an associated node, follow these steps:

  1. On the Requirements Management page, click Associated Nodes.
  2. In the Select Associated Nodes dialog box that appears, select the node that does not need to be associated with the requirement in the Selected Nodes section, and then click Delete Associated Node.
  3. Click OK.

Edit and comment on a requirement

After a requirement is submitted, you can modify the requirement content or add comments to supplement and exchange information.