Locating Decisions

Permissions

Decisions may be found in the following parts of the application, however different Stakeholder Permissions and User Account Types are required to access specific application areas and any corresponding management features (insert, edit and remove) they may contain.

Stakeholder Permissions - The following are accessible if the User has the correct Stakeholder Permissions on the current Project.

Decision Management - The Decision Management Tool is the central location to find, view and manage Decisions. View permission is required to access the Tool, this includes the use of any features that aid in searching Decisions. Edit permission is required to enable any management features.

Account Types

Dashboard - The Project Dashboard for a Standard User displays all Decisions owned by that User.

Decision Management

The Decision Management Tool has features for searching, viewing and managing Decisions for the entire Project.

The Search Decisions feature enables Users to locate and display Decisions based on specific criteria.

Users with the Edit permission will have access to the management features of the Decision Management Tool, these include: Create, Edit and Remove.

Decisions displayed within Decision Management are sorted in ascending order by ID and paged to 25 items per page.

Additional properties can be displayed by using the row details feature of the DataGrid.

Dashboard - Standard User

The Dashboard for a Standard User has the option to display all Decisions owned by that User.

The default display on the right side of the Dashboard will be the Unresolved Assumptions owned by that User. This view can be changed to instead display Decisions owned by that User by clicking on the toggle button to the top right of the expander displaying the Assumptions.

The displayed Decisions can be refreshed by clicking on the Refresh button at the top of the expander.

Decisions displayed on a Standard User Dashboard are sorted in ascending order by ID and paged to 5 items per page.

Additional properties can be displayed by using the row details feature of the DataGrid.