UML-requirements traceability using IBM Rational RequisitePro, IBM Rational Software Architect, and BIRT, Part 2, Exploring reporting

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Steven Hovater

Date archived: May 15, 2019 | First published: December 23, 2008

The first part of this series (UML-requirements traceability using IBM Rational RequisitePro, IBM Rational Software Architect, and BIRT, Part 1: Reporting requirements) focused on creating a BIRT report that connected IBM® Rational® RequisitePro® proxy requirements with the UML model elements to which they were linked. This part of the tutorial shows you how to continue building that report to include requirements that trace to the proxy requirements.

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