You can export ReqView documents to HTML files for browsing, sharing, printing, conversion to PDF, or importing to a text processor.
Export HTML Files
To export a HTML file, click File, mouseover Export and click HTML File. In the Export HTML dialog, choose exported documents and other options. After confirmation of the dialog, select a destination for storing the exported HTML file and external attachments.
Note: In the WebApp, the exported HTML is saved in the browser download folder and the WebApp does not export attachment files.
Current document — export the current document only
Open documents — export all open documents from the main project or loaded linked projects
All documents from the main project — export all documents from the main project
All documents from loaded projects — export all documents from the main project or loaded linked projects
Modern Report — export an interactive HTML file with default styles and a table displaying the same columns as the table view
Book — export a filtered HTML file with content in a single column, where the displayed table view columns are stacked as paragraphs
Table — export a filtered HTML file with a table displaying the same columns as the table view
Export into a single file — if set then all exported documents will be merged into a single HTML file, otherwise a separate file will be created for each exported document (for Open documents and All documents options)
Export displayed custom attributes in a single column — if set then columns displaying custom attributes will be compacted into a single column (for Modern Report and Table layouts)
Preserve filter and sorting — if set then exported data will be filtered and sorted the same way as the table view
Preserve section folding — if set then content of collapsed sections will be ignored
Ignore links to invisible objects — if set then do not include links from / to document objects which are not visible in the exported file
Example: Export user needs specification into a HTML file.
You can insert HTML files exported using the Table or Book layouts directly into a MS Word document. In MS Word, click Insert, then Object and select Text from File.
Example: Export a Software Requirements Specification (SRS) document into a HTML file using the Book layout. For each SW requirement output its ID, text description, verification method, and upstream traceability links to user needs.