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Application Description for top level Reporting section

In my application the unit of management is a project and each project has its reporting so you can run the standard reports as relate to that project.

I have had a request to be able to report on 2 or more projects without having to open up each project which I have now implemented but am struggling to come up with a description for that type of reporting in the menu.

Think visual studio. Imagine you could run a standard report each time you opened a project/solution on say LOC or comments. Now say you wanted to run a single report on 5 projects from a single interface, what would you call that menu option?

Would appreciate your ideas.

Many thanks
basildon
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
 
 
"Multi-project reporting"?

Visual Studio already has a name for all your projects, which is "Solution".  So in that context, "Solution reporting" or "Solution-wide reporting".  If you also have a name for a set of projects, you should use that.
Richie Hindle Send private email
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
 
 
Hey, thanks Richie,

There is no collective name for a bunch of projects in my app as each one is standalone.

I had a working name of "Cross Project Reporting" but it just seemed wrong. Multi-Project Reporting works better.

Cheers
basildon
Wednesday, October 01, 2008
 
 

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