Bug Tracking – Dashboard
The Raincode Legacy Compilers’ Bug Tracking Dashboard displays information that you may find useful for monitoring bug activity for your project. The dashboard includes the following charts:
- Bug occurrence frequency statistics are used to indicate how often a bug propagates itself. This can vary depending on circumstances and inputs. The frequency descriptions available are:
- Always – The bug is always present, whatever the circumstances
- Often – The bug appears most of the time
- Sometimes – The bug isn’t present most of the time
- Unreproducible – It happened once, but the user couldn’t get it to happen again.
- The rate at which the team is finding, resolving, and closing your project’s bugs over time
- The number of bugs by severity over time. Severity is an indicator of the seriousness of the bug:
- Enhancement – When it’s not a real bug, but a feature you would like to see added to the Raincode Bugtracking Facility
- Minor – A small annoyance, like a spelling mistake
- Major – A serious product malfunction
- Severe – A bug that prevents you from using the product: it crashes the application, causes data loss or serious memory leaks
- Blocking – It’s critical and must be fixed
- The number of active bugs assigned to each project team member.
- Click the Dashboard link on the Bugtracking Facility page (Figure 3). The Dashboard page will appear.
Figure 4 Raincode Bugtracking Facility – Dashboard page