Using the web-based client with IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation and Rational Requirements Composer: Part 2.

This is the second part of a two-part video demonstration of using the web-based client with IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation and Rational Requirements Composer Version 4.01. Narrator and IBM Rational technical specialist Jon Walton covers examining modules in detail, filters, the requirement attribute pane, creating module baselines, comments, the Find tool, module history, adding new artifacts, editing requirements, traceability links, and generating doc-style reports.This is the second part of a two-part video demonstration of using the web-based client with IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation and Rational Requirements Composer Version 4.01. Narrator and IBM Rational technical specialist Jon Walton covers examining modules in detail, filters, the requirement attribute pane, creating module baselines, comments, the Find tool, module history, adding new artifacts, editing requirements, traceability links, and generating doc-style reports.

Fraser Chadburn (fraser.chadburn@uk.ibm.com), Senior Applications Engineer, IBM

Fraser ChadburnFormerly a Product Manager for a Unified Modeling Language (UML) tool supplier, Fraser Chadburn has 18 years of realtime, embedded and distributed systems and software experience plus a strong knowledge of UML and the Object Management Group's (OMG) Systems Modeling Language (OMG SysML™). In addition, Chadburn has developed Ada-based software projects for Raytheon in Vancouver, British Airspace, and Data Systems & Solutions (a subsidiary of Rolls-Royce).



30 May 2013

This is the second part of a two-part video demonstration of using the web-based client with IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation and Rational Requirements Composer Version 4.01. Narrator and IBM Rational technical specialist Jon Walton covers examining modules in detail, filters, the requirement attribute pane, creating module baselines, comments, the Find tool, module history, adding new artifacts, editing requirements, traceability links, and generating doc-style reports.This is the second part of a two-part video demonstration of using the web-based client with IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation and Rational Requirements Composer Version 4.01. Narrator and IBM Rational technical specialist Jon Walton covers examining modules in detail, filters, the requirement attribute pane, creating module baselines, comments, the Find tool, module history, adding new artifacts, editing requirements, traceability links, and generating doc-style reports.

Demo details

This is the second part of a two-part video demonstration of using the web-based client with IBM® Rational® DOORS® Next Generation and Rational® Requirements Composer Version 4.01. Both are part of the IBM Rational requirements management solution. Narrator and IBM Rational technical specialist Jon Walton covers using the web-based client to examine modules in detail, filters, the requirement attribute pane, creating module baselines, comments, the Find tool, module history, adding new artifacts, editing requirements, traceability links, and generating doc-style reports.

Number of demos in series

2

Duration

20 minutes.

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Demo transcriptDOORSngWebclient2.pdf34KB
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