POMS 3.0 User Guide
Table of Contents
- Release Notes
Describes the new features and bug fixes implemented in this release.
- Chapter 1: Getting Started
Introduces POMS and describes its basic features.
Describes how POMS components can be installed and configured to match your deployment requirements.
- Chapter 2: Resource Management
Describes how business units, security groups, and users can be setup and maintained, and user access
to various modules of POMS controlled.
- Chapter 3: Time Management
Describes how calendars can be setup for use in projects, and how users can fill and
- Chapter 4: Project Management
Describes how projects can be created and maintained, including requirements capture,
task definition, scheduling, resource allocation, accounting, and project reporting.
- Chapter 5: Test Management
Describes how project test cases can be created, and how test runs performed for
each test case.
- Chapter 6: Issue Management
Describes how project issues (such as defects and change requests) can be raised,
assigned, and tracked.
- Chapter 7: Risk Management
Describes how project risks can be documented and regularly reviewed to keep them
- Chapter 8: Report Generation
Describes how reports can be generated for projects, issues, risks, calendars, and timesheets,
as well as how such reports can be customized.
- Chapter 9: Settings
Describes the system and user settings (preferences) for POMS.
- Chapter 10: Utilities
Describes the POMS utilities and their use.
- Chapter 11: User Interface Reference
Describes POMS overall user interface, menu commands, toolbar buttons, and how to use them.
- Chapter 12: Server Monitor
Describes the Server Monitor program, used by system administrators to monitor the
behavior of POMS App Servers and POMS Proxy Servers.
- License Agreement
Describes the terms of the license agreement for POMS.
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