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Leveraging PTC Integrity for IEC 62304 Compliance

Executive Summary Our medical device customers report that up to 70% of new product innovation is being created in the software domain. This represents an increase in both volume and complexity. In this white paper, you'll learn: The 3 different use cases explained A...

Efficient Reporting in Windchill RV&S (PTC Integrity)

As explored in one of our previous articles, tracking metrics is a crucial component of a successful development system. But how can you leverage those metrics further? The solution is quite simple: with the trace reporting function available in Windchill...
Leveraging PTC Integrity as a Medical Device Solution

Leveraging PTC Integrity as a Medical Device Solution

When you first purchase PTC Integrity Lifecycle Manager, what you are getting is pretty much a blank canvas. To assist you in getting your operation off the ground, PTC also provides a number of different pre-built solutions. These solutions have been designed to...

How to Count Days in State Within a PTC Integrity Report

How to Count Days in State Within a PTC Integrity Report

In the second of a group of supplemental articles on Metrics, Metrics, Metrics I am going to examine how you can report on days in state within your PTC Integrity Lifecycle Manager application. Of course your very first questions are likely going to be is “What the...

Integrating your PTC Integrity Environment with Windchill

Integrating your PTC Integrity Environment with Windchill

PTC Integrity Lifecycle Manager and PTC Windchill are two enterprise level applications that many large companies have invested in as part of their product development environment. Often time’s companies will use PTC Integrity Lifecycle Manager to handle the software...

Metrics, Metrics, Metrics in PTC Integrity: Part 4

Metrics, Metrics, Metrics in PTC Integrity: Part 4

In the three previous rounds of this Metrics, Metrics, Metrics series,  I discussed gathering metrics, and building Reports and Charts in PTC Integrity Lifecycle Manager. In this article, we will discuss how you can take various charts, reports and queries and...

How to rename column headers in your PTC Integrity Custom Reports

How to rename column headers in your PTC Integrity Custom Reports

In the Metrics, Metrics, Metrics series of articles I wrote about PTC Integrity Lifecycle Manager, I talked about how you can use metrics information gathered from fields on your report to build custom reports, charts and dashboards. Now that the main series is...

An Overview of PTC Integrity Test Management

An Overview of PTC Integrity Test Management

Major portions of any PTC Integrity Solution are the test artifacts. Many customers when they initially start to look at PTC Integrity Lifecycle Manager are generally looking at it as way of managing their requirements, or as a way of maintaining compliance in highly...

How to Set-up and Perform Impersonation on PTC Integrity

How to Set-up and Perform Impersonation on PTC Integrity

From time to time, if you are administering a PTC Integrity Lifecycle Manager you’ll need to be able to log into PTC Integrity as one of the users you support. If you want to avoid requesting their password (if your company uses LDAP to synchronize everyone’s PTC...

SilkTest Integration with PTC Integrity Test Management

SilkTest Integration with PTC Integrity Test Management

Overview In this blog post and video, Carlos Almeida explains how to launch SilkTest Classic or Open Agent test cases from within PTC Integrity (now PTC Windchill RV&S).  Pass/Fail verdicts are automatically captured and reported within Integrity Test Session.

Metrics, Metrics, Metrics in PTC Integrity: Part 3

Metrics, Metrics, Metrics in PTC Integrity: Part 3

In my previous articles, I discussed how we can calculate trace report metrics, and then gather them into a report. In this report, I am going to discuss how we can gather similar metrics and put them into a chart format. This time though we are going to use a field...