IBM Rational DOORS Next Gen is supported on Jazz platform helping you to collaborate with other Jazz platform tools like Rational Team Concert and Rational Quality Manager in your environment.
IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation provides additional features like:
Rational DOORS Next Gen has assumed the place of Rational Requirements Management (RM) for the Jazz platform that adds a requirements definition and management application on top of that common platform.
Now let’s discuss the DOORS Next Gen licensing concept.
DOORS Next Gen is the name rendered to the DOORS installation based on Jazz platform where you can enrich your client from a DOORS Next Gen Analyst or a Requirements Composer Client Access license. The contemporary version of the DOORS thick client is available too; this is DOORS 9.5.
Notice the fact, as per the screenshot above, that DOORS Next Gen and Rational Requirements Composer are based on Jazz platform activated by authorized or floating CALs (Client Access Licenses).
The Jazz admin can assign the licenses to the users by logging in to the License Management page which defines the level of access for each user.
Points to remember
I hope you've got the info you are looking for, but you might still have some questions in mind. If so, I invite you to take a look at the FAQs section below and to check out the Rati
See you folks. Let’s get together with my next blog post.
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In the ClearQuest 7.1.2 and DOORS 9.3 releases earlier this year, the initial support of the Open Services Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) based integration between the two products was released. Using the GA versions of these products, users can create links between a requirement in DOORS and a change request in ClearQuest to enable traceability between the two records.
Two new ClearQuest packages are now available:
ClearQuest OSLCLinks version 1.1
By applying the Requ
You can find the package downloads and information about the ClearQuest Requ
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New Whitepaper: Managing requirements across Analysis and Design phases using System Architect & DOORS
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Managing requirements across Analysis and Design phases using System Architect & DOORS
This document describes why requirements need to be tracked and also explains how tracking can be setup and managed.
The IBM Rational System Architect DOORS integration helps users create abstract views in System Architect based on the user requirements in IBM Rational DOORS. Having this integration will enable users to synchronize the model with the ever changing requirements. This document can be used as a reference for users who would like to map their requirements captured in DOORS to a modeling tool Rational System Architect. Also, there would be an information flow between DOORS to System Architect and vice-versa.
Using the document provided, users can map the requirements in
DOORS to the System Architect project encyclopedia and vice versa. As a
summary, this document can prove effective as a start point for new
users who are in the process of exploring this integration and its
Many thanks to authors Rajesh Avanthi and Praveen Sreenivasan!
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We have several new IEA modules available:
How to configure the RRC-RequisitePro integrationMany thanks to Steven Ma, Virgil Titarenco, Leila Ezeddin, and Gregory Kong for their work creating these modules!.
And, as always, we'd love to hear from you. Is there a topic you'd like to see in a future IEA module? Leave a comment and let us know!
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