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= Objectives =
 
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In order to provide a high level snapshot of the health of WTP components, scorecards with significant status information will be tracked for weekly, milestone, and release builds.  This is not intended to be a stop ship list of requirements, but more to give an overall picture of the relative stability and quality of WTP across all components.  The amount of benchmarks and level of scrutiny increases as you move from a weekly build to a release build.
 
In order to provide a high level snapshot of the health of WTP components, scorecards with significant status information will be tracked for weekly, milestone, and release builds.  This is not intended to be a stop ship list of requirements, but more to give an overall picture of the relative stability and quality of WTP across all components.  The amount of benchmarks and level of scrutiny increases as you move from a weekly build to a release build.
 
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= Types of Scorecards =
 
== [[WTP Weekly Scorecards]] ==
 
== [[WTP Weekly Scorecards]] ==
 
== [[WTP Milestone Scorecards]] ==
 
== [[WTP Milestone Scorecards]] ==
 
== [[WTP Release Scorecards]] ==
 
== [[WTP Release Scorecards]] ==

Revision as of 09:12, 31 May 2007

Objectives

In order to provide a high level snapshot of the health of WTP components, scorecards with significant status information will be tracked for weekly, milestone, and release builds. This is not intended to be a stop ship list of requirements, but more to give an overall picture of the relative stability and quality of WTP across all components. The amount of benchmarks and level of scrutiny increases as you move from a weekly build to a release build.

Types of Scorecards

WTP Weekly Scorecards

WTP Milestone Scorecards

WTP Release Scorecards