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Elliott.Davis Member since 2013 27 posts
Crestone Technology
Posted: November 13, 2018
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How to review branch code by Agile Workbench work item?

Hello,

My team is using the branch code review feature, and we find it valuable. However, we do have a challenge, and we can't seem to find a solution anywhere in pega.com or the Designer Studio help:

"How can we focus on the rules for a specific work item?"

Suppose my team is working on several stories in a sprint. The number of rules to review quickly grows large. Each story may involve only a few rules. In order to review the rules for a story, we have to manually track which rules are part of which story. Surely we are missing something? Agile Workbench enables us to associate rule changes with work items, so we assume there must be a way to review rule changes by work item.

During branch code review, how can we filter/limit the rules to review by an Agile Workbench work item?

This seems like such an obvious feature that we think we are missing something, but it's hard to say for sure because

- there is no user guide for Agile Workbench (https://community1.pega.com/community/product-support/question/agile-workbench-user-guide)

- the help topics for Agile Workbench and Branch Code Review do not mention each other

Outside of code review, where can we see rules grouped by work item?

Leaving branch code review aside for a moment, I have yet to find anywhere in Pega where I can see the rules associated with a work item. Once again, I'm sure we must be missing something... When we create or check in a rule, we associate the change with a work item, but where can we report on that association? Where can we observe the rules associated with a work item? We have not found any way to observe that association, even in the work items themselves!

It's great having branch code review, and we are very interested in learning more!

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