March 11, 2021


Navigating your Configuration Window in QVscribe for Jama

Accessing the Configuration Your QVscribe for Jama configuration can be accessed in the QVscribe Browser Extension located to the right of the address bar in Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. Functionality The QVscribe Browser Extension has 3 key sections. Configurations, User Settings, and Help Center. The…

Your QVscribe for Jama configuration can be accessed in the QVscribe Browser Extension located to the right of the address bar in Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge.

The QVscribe Browser Extension has 3 key sections. Configurations, User Settings, and Help Center. The default screen highlights the active configuration, the user currently signed into QVscribe, the version number of the extension, the status of the QVscribe analyzer as well as quick access to the QVscribe Help Center.

The ability to select any saved configuration and view the keyword lists are available to all users, but to change settings within the configuration requires the “Configuration Author” role.  You may select a saved configuration in the drop-down menu on the top right corner of the QVscribe window.

The configuration section of the QVscribe extension is used to modify settings for:

  • Trigger words
  • Unit Consistency
  • Exclusion Prefixes

Once Configurations have been selected, there is a secondary menu that will allow users to navigate to the settings for each of the above sections.

The Trigger Words option can be further expanded to display a tertiary menu to edit each of the configurable quality indicators. Here, the user can customize the trigger words by adding words, or editing/removing existing words.

The User Settings section provides a more detailed overview of the user account information including seat pool, the version number of QVscribe, the status of the QVscribe Application Server, address of the QVscribe Application Server, and the currently selected Identity provider. Additionally, this is where users can sign out of QVscribe.

The user settings section of the QVscribe extension is used to modify settings for:

  • Artifact Analysis
  • Term Consistency match strength
  • Similarity match strength
  • EARS Template Conformance

The Artifact Analysis configuration has no impact on the Jama analysis.

The Help Centre provides users with a link to the QVscribe Knowledge Base, access to support contact details, and the ability to provide QVscribe logs that can be used to diagnose issues should they arise.  Please view the Help Centre in QVscribe for Jama for more detailed information.


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