Status list

Requirement statuses are computed and presented in the coverage reports.

Standard statement status

Status Decription
PARTIAL The requirement is covered only once and has the PARTIAL tag. At least one other coverage must exist, either full or partial.
UNCOVERED The requirement is explicitly uncovered.
NOT_APPLICABLE The requirement is not applicable.
DELETED The requirement is deleted and ignored. Coverage is valid.
CORRECT The requirement is correct. Coverage is valid.

Error statement status

Status Decription
SEVERAL_STAT_ERROR The requirement is defined at least twice in the documents. A requirement must be defined in one statement only.
NO_STATEMENT_ERROR The requirement exists because it is covered somewhere, but is not defined in the documents.
DELETED_COVERED_ERROR The requirement is defined with the DELETED tag (see above) but is still covered.
LEAF_COVERED_ERROR Leaf requirement must not be covered.
NO_COVERAGE_ERROR The requirement is not covered.
BAD_VERSION_ERROR The requirement is covered but the version does not match. For example, the statement version is “1.2” and the coverage version is “1.1”. The version must be the same, for the statement and all of its coverage. Note that if the version is not used for the statement or the coverage, no version error is displayed.
AMBIGUOUS_COVERAGE_ERROR Requirement can not be covered partially and uncovered at the same time.
INCOMPLETE_MANAGEMENT_ERROR The management rate is lower than 100%. The coverage work is not terminated. This error occurs only when the percentage are used to specify the coverage.
VALIDATION_ERROR The requirement title and/or text is not compliant with at least one of the control rules. Disable the control to avoid this status.

Coverage status list

Coverage statuses are computed and presented in the coverage reports. If a rate is provided, the percentage is appended to the status, e.g. PARTIAL 15%.

Status Decription
PARTIAL The requirement is not fully covered.
UNCOVERED The requirement is not covered.
NOT APPLICABLE The requirement is not applicable.
FULL The requirement is fully covered.