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Each time we execute the body of the loop, we call it an iteration.

For the above loop, we would say, "It had five iterations" which means that the body of of the loop was executed five times.

In this article, we will start off by describing how timelines and iterations are used out of the box or after migrating from a prior release of RQM.

To use formulas efficiently, there are three important considerations that you need to understand: Calculation is the process of computing formulas and then displaying the results as values in the cells that contain the formulas.

This release, as part of the improved integration with Jazz Process, we leverage timelines and iterations.

This integration not only alleviates the inability to define a true common schedule, but introduces along with it four additional capabilities.

This article explains the key differences from prior releases and how the changes introduced not only simplify the configuration of test schedules, but bring forth a host of new capabilities into the application.

It is recommended that you have prior knowledge of Jazz Process, Timelines and Iterations before proceeding with this article.

If two individual test plans wanted to share a common schedule the set of milestones needed to be duplicated and maintained independently in each test plan.