ClearQuest makes it easy for users to specify in a query which kind of records to fetch from a ClearQuest database. If
a user runs a query without defining any selection criteria (filters), ClearQuest lists all of the records in the
database. Here are some examples of typical queries:
Implementers query for defects that are assigned to them to fix, and view the high priority ones at the top of the
Project managers query records by the date they were created to monitor the progress of testers.
Technical writers, when authoring release notes, query for unresolved records associated with a project.
ClearQuest runs the query, then displays a result set. A team member examines the result set grid and chooses which
records to view, modify, or use as the basis for a report or chart.
There are two kinds of ClearQuest queries:
ClearQuest administrators create public queries for all users
A individual user can build and save private queries
See ClearQuest online Help
> Contents and Index > Working with Queries.