Observations and recommendations from Rational DOORS experts

Real-world examples of inefficiencies and how to correct them

From the developerWorks archives

Lewis Thorne, Nils Palsson, and Doug Ishigaki

Date archived: December 15, 2016 | First published: November 18, 2010

This article discusses potential inefficiencies that the IBM Professional Service consultants have encountered in evaluating the architecture choices of many customers' implementations of IBM® Rational® DOORS® requirements management software. It provides several real-world examples and explains ways to use both automated tools and manual inspections to uncover inefficiencies.

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