Organizing requirements by using modules in the IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation V4.0.1 web client

This demo focuses on editing artifacts from within a module. Learn how to edit the module attributes, as well as the attributes of the contained artifacts. The demo switches between a number of views to highlight the reuse of requirements in multiple modules, multilevel compliance of requirements, suspect links and dropped requirements. Learn how to create links between two artifacts in different modules. See how the link explorer is used to review multilevel tracing of requirements. And finally, the structure of the module is considered; learn how to add, delete, and move artifacts while maintaining a proper hierarchy and module structure.

Yianna Papadakis-Kantos (ypapadak@us.ibm.com), Curriculum Architect, IBM

Yianna Papadakis-Kantos is a curriculum architect and instructional designer for IBM Rational DOORS and IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation. Her background consists of many years of teaching, consulting, and developing training.



03 December 2012

IBM® Rational® DOORS® Next Generation includes a rich client and a web client. You can use the rich client to quickly create and manage business requirements. In the web client, you can further define, elicit, capture, elaborate, discuss, and review requirements and artifacts. The rich client is based on IBM Rational DOORS 9, and the web client is based on IBM Rational Requirements Composer.

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11:27 minutes

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