The Documents and Pages topic provides access text-based project artifacts such as specifications, reports, and informational content. The following artifacts are accessible, and can be created from within this topic:
LiveDoc Documents (referred to in Help as "Documents") are special document-like containers for both free-form text and granular Work Items. For example, in a requirements specification Document you have the possibility to mark content blocks as Requirement type Work Items that can be linked for traceability, managed with workflow, assigned, planned, scheduled, etc.
Pages contain information that does not need to be tracked and workflow-managed through a process as Work Items.
Info Pages enable you to create general information such as internal documentation, guidelines, meeting notes, preliminary specifications, etc. The content can have rich text formatting, and include images, tables, and more.
LiveReport Pages have all the features of Info Pages, plus a catalog of Widgets enabling you to visually build robust reports that retrieve, aggregate, and render information from one or more projects, or an entire repository.
These pages are currently supported for backward-compatibility with existing Wiki pages created prior to Polarion version 2015. That version introduced Pages, which are intended to replace Classic Wiki, which will eventually be phased out of the platform. You should use Pages for all new reports and information pages, and plan to reconstruct any reports and information pages you will need in the long term using LiveReport and Info Pages.
Polarion provides fine-grained access control in the Administration area. Administrators can control users' access to Documents, Pages, Work Items (contained in Documents, or defined in the Work Item Tracker), and even individual Work Item data fields. You may be able to view some types of content, but but modify it. If you find you cannot view or modify information that you need, discuss your user permissions with your project leader or Polarion administrator.
See the following topics for information on working with Document, Pages and Classic Wiki: