What is MQC?
MES Quality Commander® is a monitoring and management tool for the comprehensive quality assessment of model-based software development. User-friendly visualizations, evaluations, and data capturing assist the user to assess the current quality of artifacts and provide a status overview of the overall project quality. In addition, MQC shows the quality trend, which provides information about the progress of the project. MQC can be seamlessly integrated into any development environment or Continuous Integration.
Highlights in MES Quality Commander® (MQC) v.4.2
Significant reduction in import time and memory usage
The reduction is especially notable when dealing with very large sets of data. It applies to the import of data directories, as well as the live monitoring and reimport of updated data.
Improved user experience
Selections and markings relate in a more intuitive matter. They allow the smart adaptation of views with simple one-click actions.
Highlights in MES Quality Commander® (MQC) v.4.1
Improved Configuration Dialogs
MQC settings dialogs have been redesigned for better usability, and are available in MQC editor as well as MQC web viewer.
Fine grained configuration of Context Categories
Context categories define the relations between artifacts and data sources, measurements, and base measures. They help to define and focus on the artifact-relevant data from the available data pool.
Highlights in MES Quality Commander® (MQC) v.4.1
Report generation project status
The new status report in html format documents all details of an MQC project, including graphics and context-specific tables to structure the information. The structure and extent of the report is configurable.
Configure expected data via context categories
Improved tool adapter and tool page for Polyspace (The Mathworks)
Extended tool adapter for TPT (Piketec)
The following system requirements must be in place to use MQC:
- Windows (7 + 8 + 10 - 64-bit versions)
- Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6 (or higher)
- Microsoft Office 2010 (or higher)
Read more about detailed hardware requirements in the MQC User Guide.
Update to the Latest Version
- On startup choose to login to the MQC Server instead of working offline.
- In case of available updates, you will be automatically prompted to update.
- Confirming the update will install the latest version of MQC.
For further information, please, check the installation instructions provided by the MQC User Guide.
- Extract the MQC zip file (TIB_sfire-analyst_7.11.0_win.zip) into a target folder with write access.
- Navigate to the …\TIB_sfire-analyst_7.11.0_win\Products\TIBCO Spotfire Installer\ directory
- Execute the setup file (.exe)
- Follow the installation instructions provided by the MQC User Guide.
The MQC User Guide includes a Quick Start Guide, which gives you an introduction into the functionality of the MES Quality Commander®. It shows you how to use MQC to analyse your project quality and data. In detail you are guided, how to:
- Create a new analysis
- Load your data into MQC
- Configure MQC according to your project needs
- Check trend and status of your project KPIs and quality
- Identify root causes of insufficient quality
The data used for the Quick Start Guide can be downloaded as MQC sample data (zip file).
If you have any suggestions to help us improve the MES Quality Commander® (MQC), please do not hesitate to contact us:
MQC Related Videos
The MQC User Guide presents clear instructions on how to work with the MES Quality Commander® (MQC). It provides users with information about getting started and working with MQC.
You can easily call the User Guide (PDF format) by clicking on “Help” > “User Guide for MES Quality Commander” in the menu.
Additionally, by clicking on any of the “Help” icons within the tool you will be directly lead into specific chapters resp. sections of the User Guide (HTML format) (see image).
Release Notes - MQC v.4.2 (March 2020)
Significant Import Time and Memory Reduction for Huge Data
- The import of huge sets of data files and complete directories of files is much faster now. In addition, the memory consumption was reduced considerably.
- The mechanism of monitoring for file and directory changes was reworked to detect changes safe and with less computing resources. Due to the adapted caching mechanism the reimport of changed files is much faster now as well.
- The marking in the bin distribution is more intuitive now. Revisions on status pages can be selected with just one click. Similarly, a quality bin on trend pages can be selected for all revisions with one click.
- The extension of marking when combining marking on bin distribution and in KPIs is more intuitive now.
- The showing of the KPIs and the calculations inside the KPIs are fully dynamic now and reflect the marking on the other visualization of the page.
- Artifact and revision marking on quality or data pages is directly reflected on other quality and data pages.
Availability of MQC Server and MQC Web Viewer/Editor
- The MQC Server is now available for on-premise installation and setup. Now you can have a secure library of your analysis including access to your local network (and data).
- With this availability of the internal library you can easily create a shared analysis (and some tasks can run regularly on the server, i.e. to update an analysis with new data)
- Together with the MQC Server, the MQC Web Viewer/Editor is now available. It provides the functionality of the client directly in a browser while the analysis is opened/running on the MQC Server.