Similar to the report profile found in TestArchitect Client, a data profile for a dashboard panel is a set of customized data. In fact, report profiles defined in TestArchitect Client may be used as data profiles for Dashboard panels, and vice versa.
In a data profile, you specify which items (like test modules, actions, results, etc.) the data are gathered from, what fields of those items to include and how to organize them into presentable information, by means of filtering, sorting, grouping and/or calculation of statistics. This information defined in the data profile can then be presented in one or more panels, where you specify whether to display it as a chart, indicator, report or heat map.
Creating a data profile
The report profiles defined in TestArchitect Client can be used as data profiles for Dashboard panels, and vice versa.
Deleting a data profile
Deleting a data profile removes that data profile from the repository, Dashboard, and TestArchitect reports.
Editing a data profile
Modifying the properties of a data profile.
Saving a data profile
A non-guest user can save any existing data profile regardless of the owner, and can then take ownership of the newly saved profile.
Saving report profiles