ReqView 2.16 — ReqIF Round-trip, Edit Attributes in Pane

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Collaborate with customers using another RM tool via ReqIF Stakeholder Request Clarification (SRC) workflow. Edit selected attributes in a pane conveniently.

ReqIF Stakeholder Request Clarification (SRC)

You can collaborate with your customers on Stakeholder Request Clarification (SRC) by exchanging ReqIF packages.

ReqIF Stakeholder Request Clarification (SRC) Workflow in ReqView

For example, let assume that your customer uses IBM DOORS Next Generation (DNG) as the requirements management tool. They create a Stakeholder Requirements Specification and define SRC attributes CustomerStatus, CustomerComment, SupplierStatus and SupplierComment to exchange feedback during the SRC process. In ReqView, you can review stakeholder requirements and update SRC attributes SupplierStatus and SupplierComment only.

1. Export ReqIF from DNG:

The customer exports a ReqIF package containing the specification and share it with you.

ReqIF SRC Workflow - Customer creates stakeholder requirements specification in IBM DOORS Next Generation (DNG)

2. Import ReqIF to ReqView:

You import the ReqIF package containing the specification from the customer into ReqView.

ReqIF SRC Workflow - Supplier imports stakeholder requirements specification in ReqView

3. Export ReqIF from ReqView:

You export a ReqIF package with the reviewed specification and share it with the customer.

ReqIF SRC Workflow - Supplier exports reviewed stakeholder requirements specification from ReqView

4. Import ReqIF to DNG:

The customer imports the ReqIF package to update their stakeholder requirements with your feedback.

ReqIF SRC Workflow - Customer imports reviewed stakeholder requirements specification in IBM DOORS Next Generation (DNG)

For more information see Workflow for ReqIF Round-trip Between IBM DOORS and ReqView.

Edit Attributes in Pane

Edit attribute values for the current document object in the Attributes pane when the edited attributes are not visible in the table view.

Edit an attribute value in the Attributes pane.

You can choose to manage test cases and capture their execution results using a 3rd party Jira test management plugin, for instance Xray or Zephyr. With these Jira plugins, you describe test cases as Test Jira issues providing information about tests steps, such as the action, test data, and expected results. Then, you link Test issues to Story issues to trace verified requirements. Finally, create test plans to schedule execution test cases, execute test plans, capture test results, and finally create defects describing found anomalies for each failed test.

To fetch links leading from/to exported Jira issues use $LinkedIssues(<issue_type>) or $Links(<link_type>) value in reqviewAttributes property in the Configure Synchronization With Jira dialog.

For more information see Manage Tests in Jira.

Support for RTL Scripts

In the Document Properties dialog, set Use RTL as default text direction to change the writing direction to right-to-left (RTL) when entering new texts in a rich text editor. The default text direction for the document is left-to-right (LTR) if this option is not set.