Manage Questionnaire - Group fields - Generate reports
I am new to Archer and I have a task (complicated) to accomplish with questionnaire and need some help.
Here is my use case:
I have a questionnaire that consist of
- 1) 5 domains
- 2) For each Domain – one or more Sub-Domains
- 3) For each Sub-Domains – one or more Components
- 4) For each Component – 5 Maturity Levels
- 5) Each question must associate with one Maturity. Note that Maturity levels are same across all the components.
- 6) Build a questionnaire that collect the answers “Yes” or “No”.
- 7) Business Rule - To proceed next maturity level, all questions with in must answered as pass.
- i.e., If I have 3 questions in maturity level 1 all must answered “Yes” to go Maturity Level 2 questions.
- 😎 Finally build a reports to present
- What Maturity Level an Organization stands by Component, Sub-Domain and Domain
To start, I have added Maturity Levels as Category and Component and Groups under Questions Library. Created questions and assigned Category and Group for each question.
Then I have created a Questionnaire under Manage Questionnaire and imported questions that I have built under Question Library. After import, I have noticed that Categories (aka Maturity Levels) and Group (aka Component) fields are not added to my questionnaire.
So, I have created new value list fields – Domains, Sub-Domains, Components, Maturity levels and added values. However, I have noticed that I can create rules / actions to select, hide conditions but there is No WAY to group fields.
I am looking for an advice / help to accomplish my task. (accomplish step 7 and 😎
Thanks much in advance
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I'm not sure I totally understand your business case, but that shouldn't matter too much.
To me, this seems like it could be solved by using sections to group your maturity level questions. One section per set of maturity questions. You would then use DDEs to hide all sections (and thus all fields) within Maturity level 2 and up, until which time all questions in level 1 are answered. Once they are, then display 2 and when all of 2 are done, display 3, and so on.