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Creating Hierarchy table with string column as value.

Hi,

 

I need to create a hierarchy display to show some comments of a function and metrics in each function.

Table would look like below. I need to show all functions in level hierarchy and their comments. When user expands hierarchy, corresponding metrics comments should be displayed. Tried using matrix and table but looks like something is missing for me.

Any ideas??

 

Thanks,

Anil

 

FunctionMetricMetric CommentsFunction Comments
Product QualityDesign Maturity Metric at release (%) (Phase V from stoplight chart) (AIT)comments 1comments_function1
Product QualityDesign Maturity EVM Release Readiness Review at release (Phase IV plm release criteria)comments 2comments_function1
Product QualityQTP Coverage/Failurescomments 3comments_function1
Product QualitySRE arrivalscomments 4comments_function1
Product QualityTotal # of defects per product  (# FW bugs) at release (EVM)comments 5comments_function1
Product QualityTotal # of defects SBM (# FW bugs submitted most recent 6 mo period) (AIT)comments 6comments_function1
Product QualitySPR's resulting in EC'scomments 7comments_function1
Product QualityField BUGs from Customer Complaints (# bugs submitted most recent 6 mo period) (AIT)comments 8comments_function2
Product QualityField/Warranty Failure Rate EVM (%) ( x100 to give range of response)comments 9comments_function2
Product QualityNA w/UPS Field/Warranty Failure Rate AIT (%/mo) (x100 to give range of response)comments 10comments_function2
Supply Chain QualityDC Delivered Quality (Over / Under ships) - PPMcomments 11comments_function2
Supply Chain QualityCustomer External PPM (DOA)comments 12comments_function2
Supply Chain QualityRolled First Time Yield (%)

1-(1-B)*10
comments 13comments_function2
Supply Chain QualityTier 1 Forward Looking Metric (JDM, GCM, etc) (0-5 scale convert to %) (Value is 5-"B"  used in RC equation)comments 14comments_function2
Supply Chain QualityTier 2 Forward-Looking Metric (component suppliers) (0-5 scale convert to %) (Value is 5-"B"  used in RC equation)comments 15comments_function2
Supply Chain QualityCritical Issues/Stop Ships (Incident/Week)comments 16comments_function2
Supply Chain QualityQMS Audit Compliance (Zero major non-conformances; 3 or fewer minor non-conformances per site)comments 17comments_function2
3 ACCEPTED SOLUTIONS

I need to create some thing like below.

 

function namefunction comments         
         metric namemetric comments
        metric namemetric comments

 

function comments and metric comments are in separate columns in table.

 

Thanks,

Anil

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Community Support
Community Support

Hi @anilreddy128 ,

 

As @pa_trick67  said, Matrix should help you.

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Community Support Team _ Frank
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the others find it more quickly.

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Hi @anilreddy128 

Is that fit your need?

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Community Support
Community Support

Hi @anilreddy128 ,

 

As @pa_trick67  said, Matrix should help you.

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Community Support Team _ Frank
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the others find it more quickly.

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Helper I
Helper I

Hi @anilreddy128 

 

Could you be more specific on what you want?

Normally a matrix can be do that.

 

Patrick

I need to create some thing like below.

 

function namefunction comments         
         metric namemetric comments
        metric namemetric comments

 

function comments and metric comments are in separate columns in table.

 

Thanks,

Anil

View solution in original post

Hi @anilreddy128 

Is that fit your need?

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View solution in original post

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