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  1. Gazelle Test Management
  2. GZL-4932

GMM: RAD TF version links are wrong

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Submitted
    • Priority: Medium
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: TF Concepts Management
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    • Account:
      Maintenance 2020 (MAINTENANCE2020)

      Description

      I know this is not a Gazelle Test Management problem, but I don't see a GMM Project.

      Currently, there is some process or person that adds TF links into GMM. This is not done by domain Technical Project Managers.

      In GMM, under Transaction Management, the "TF" link for RAD Transactions in Volume 2 is pointing to the 2018 version of RAD TF-2. The current version was published in 2019. The "TF" link for RAD Transactions in Volume 3 is pointing to an "invalid or corrupted PDF".

      For volume 2, this link remains the same as the TF is revised from year to year: https://www.ihe.net/uploadedFiles/Documents/Radiology/IHE_RAD_TF_Vol2.pdf Why don't we use it?

      Note that I did not check all transactions, or transactions in domains other than RAD.

      If we are going to have links to the TF in GMM, they should be correct, and there should be a process for maintaining them over time. Otherwise, they should be removed, or all links should point to the main TF page on ihe.net. This is where we always want users to get the most recent TF. https://www.ihe.net/resources/technical_frameworks/ That page contains normative documents.

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              lfelhofer Lynn Felhofer
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