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Published on November 27, 2008

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This is an introductory presentation for people interested in learning RequisitePro.

Introduction To RequisitePro Requirements Discipline 14 November 2008

Precursor In order to understand the material in this course, you should have previously taken (or have equivalent knowledge of) the following. There are no precursors to this material.

In order to understand the material in this course, you should have previously taken (or have equivalent knowledge of) the following.

There are no precursors to this material.

 

Overview In this presentation you will learn about: the different parts of the user interface, the commands for managing requirements, how to manage a requirement’s properties, how to use views to manage several requirements, how to manage traceability between requirements.

In this presentation you will learn about:

the different parts of the user interface,

the commands for managing requirements,

how to manage a requirement’s properties,

how to use views to manage several requirements,

how to manage traceability between requirements.

Open The Example Repository ReqPro Helps teams organize, prioritize, track, and control changing requirements of a system or application. Open RequisitePro from your start menu programs. Clear the splash screen. Select the ‘Add’ button. Navigate to <Example ReqPro project>. Select and open the Example.rqs file. Example is added to your list of ReqPro projects. Select Example and click on ‘Open’. If prompted, enter your username and password.

ReqPro Helps teams organize, prioritize, track, and control changing requirements of a system or application.

Open RequisitePro from your start menu programs.

Clear the splash screen.

Select the ‘Add’ button.

Navigate to <Example ReqPro project>.

Select and open the Example.rqs file.

Example is added to your list of ReqPro projects.

Select Example and click on ‘Open’.

If prompted, enter your username and password.

Adding A Project To ReqPro

The Explorer View Like windows explorer, it organizes artifacts within folders. The folders are numbered to set their displayed order. Application use case requirements are located in the ‘Application Use Cases’ folder.

Like windows explorer, it organizes artifacts within folders.

The folders are numbered to set their displayed order.

Application use case requirements are located in the ‘Application Use Cases’ folder.

What Does It All Mean?

What Can I Do? Click the secondary mouse button to bring up a list of commands. Open a package to display its contents. Move things by dragging and dropping. (items in the explorer view are easily moved, don’t panic if something has disappeared.) Double click on an item to have it open and display its contents. Create a subpackage within a package.

Click the secondary mouse button to bring up a list of commands.

Open a package to display its contents.

Move things by dragging and dropping.

(items in the explorer view are easily moved, don’t panic if something has disappeared.)

Double click on an item to have it open and display its contents.

Create a subpackage within a package.

How To Work With Requirements There are three methods to working with requirements: Through requirement properties, Through Microsoft Word, Through views.

There are three methods to working with requirements:

Through requirement properties,

Through Microsoft Word,

Through views.

How To Make A Requirement Requirements reside in the ReqPro database or they can reside in a document. To create a requirement in the database click on the RequisitePro command: ‘ File ->New->Requirement’. To create a requirement in a document, select the requirement text and click the MS Word menu command ‘ RequisitePro->Requirement->New’.

Requirements reside in the ReqPro database or they can reside in a document.

To create a requirement in the database click on the RequisitePro command:

‘ File ->New->Requirement’.

To create a requirement in a document, select the requirement text and click the MS Word menu command

‘ RequisitePro->Requirement->New’.

Opening A Requirements Document Select a document and execute the ‘Open’ command. The document is opened in MS Word.

Select a document and execute the ‘Open’ command.

The document is opened in MS Word.

Creating A Requirement With MS Word Requirement text is selected and a new requirement command executed.

Requirement text is selected and a new requirement command executed.

Displaying Requirement Properties RequisitePro allows maintenance of the name of a requirement: Select a requirement. Select Properties from the Requirement menu. Select the ‘General’ tab and the requirement name and text is displayed. Text that is read-only is edited from within the document that contains the requirement.

RequisitePro allows maintenance of the name of a requirement:

Select a requirement.

Select Properties from the Requirement menu.

Select the ‘General’ tab and the requirement name and text is displayed.

Text that is read-only is edited from within the document that contains the requirement.

Requirement Attributes RequisitePro allows user defined attributes to be associated with requirements. The attributes are defined within the requirements management plan for the project. To set attribute values: Click on ‘Attributes’ tab. Select attribute values from drop down boxes, or enter text into the field where appropriate.

RequisitePro allows user defined attributes to be associated with requirements.

The attributes are defined within the requirements management plan for the project.

To set attribute values:

Click on ‘Attributes’ tab.

Select attribute values from drop down boxes, or enter text into the field where appropriate.

Traced Requirements RequisitePro supports requirements tracing: click on the ‘Traceability’ tab, lists of requirements are displayed that are linked to and from this requirement.

RequisitePro supports requirements tracing:

click on the ‘Traceability’ tab,

lists of requirements are displayed that are linked to and from this requirement.

Finding A Requirement Select the requirement type Use the ‘Find’ button to search for a requirement name.

Select the requirement type

Use the ‘Find’ button to search for a requirement name.

Parent/Child Relationships RequisitePro allows requirements to be linked in a Hierarchy. The hierarchy is used by the project use cases. To display hierarchy for a requirement: Click on the Hierarchy tab. Any parent or children requirements are displayed.

RequisitePro allows requirements to be linked in a Hierarchy.

The hierarchy is used by the project use cases.

To display hierarchy for a requirement:

Click on the Hierarchy tab.

Any parent or children requirements are displayed.

Attaching Notes To A Requirement RequisitePro allows users to attach notes to a requirement: Click on the ‘Discussions’ tab. Select ‘Create’ to add a note. Select ‘View’ to display an existing note. Notes do not form part of the requirement (think of them as comments embedded in a Word document). Note: Only users of ReqPro can view notes.

RequisitePro allows users to attach notes to a requirement:

Click on the ‘Discussions’ tab.

Select ‘Create’ to add a note.

Select ‘View’ to display an existing note.

Notes do not form part of the requirement (think of them as comments embedded in a Word document).

Note: Only users of ReqPro can view notes.

Displaying Requirement Changes ReqPro maintains a complete list of changes to a requirement: Click on ‘Revision’. Click on ‘History’ button. All changes that have ever been made to that requirement are displayed.

ReqPro maintains a complete list of changes to a requirement:

Click on ‘Revision’.

Click on ‘History’ button.

All changes that have ever been made to that requirement are displayed.

Working With Views The properties window only allows a single requirement to be displayed. Views allow you to work with several requirements at the same time. Select which requirements you wish to work with by filtering the requirement attributes. There are 3 types of view: Attribute matrix – displays a single requirement type and attributes that you select. Traceability matrix – displays traceability links between two requirement types. Traceability Tree – displays all requirements traced ‘out from’ or ‘in to’ a selected requirement type.

The properties window only allows a single requirement to be displayed.

Views allow you to work with several requirements at the same time.

Select which requirements you wish to work with by filtering the requirement attributes.

There are 3 types of view:

Attribute matrix – displays a single requirement type and attributes that you select.

Traceability matrix – displays traceability links between two requirement types.

Traceability Tree – displays all requirements traced ‘out from’ or ‘in to’ a selected requirement type.

Creating A View Select a folder where the view will reside. Select the ‘File->New->View’ command. Select the ‘View Type’ from the drop-down box.

Select a folder where the view will reside.

Select the ‘File->New->View’ command.

Select the ‘View Type’ from the drop-down box.

The View Creation Window Check the ‘Private’ check box if you do not want anyone else to see this view. Click the ‘Browse’ button to browse to a location where the view will reside. Click the ‘Query’ button to filter requirements by their attributes.

Check the ‘Private’ check box if you do not want anyone else to see this view.

Click the ‘Browse’ button to browse to a location where the view will reside.

Click the ‘Query’ button to filter requirements by their attributes.

Filter The Displayed Requirements This filter restricts the view to only display requirements that are assigned to ‘me’. ‘ Retain Hierarchical Display’ if you wish to see parent/child relationships in the view. Select whether to display the results sorted by the selected attribute.

This filter restricts the view to only display

requirements that are assigned to ‘me’.

‘ Retain Hierarchical Display’ if you wish to see parent/child relationships in the view.

Select whether to display the results sorted by the selected attribute.

Attribute Matrix Use the mouse, ‘Shift’ and ‘Control’ keys to select attributes in a column. Select ‘Set Value’ from the ‘Edit’ menu. Enter an appropriate value and click ‘Ok’.

Use the mouse, ‘Shift’ and ‘Control’ keys to select attributes in a column.

Select ‘Set Value’ from the ‘Edit’ menu.

Enter an appropriate value and click ‘Ok’.

Traceability Matrix Use the mouse, ‘Shift’ and ‘Control’ keys to select traceability points. Select a command from the ‘Traceability’ menu.

Use the mouse, ‘Shift’ and ‘Control’ keys to select traceability points.

Select a command from the ‘Traceability’ menu.

Traceability Tree Bring up the pop-up menu to edit the traceability links from this view.

Bring up the pop-up menu to edit the traceability links from this view.

Exercise Start RequisitePro. Open the Example project. Under ‘Application Requirements’, create a folder for the Transmitter application. Within the Transmitter folder, create an AUC type requirement named ‘Transmit Cargo’. Set the ‘Application’ attribute to Transmitter. Trace the requirement to BUC6 In the ’00 Views’ folder, create an attribute matrix view that will display all AUCs, label the view < your name > ‘attribute matrix’. Through this view, set the analyst attribute of your requirement to your name. Open the ‘BUC traced to AUC’ Traceability Matrix and set some traceability links. Open the BUC traceability tree and trace an AUC from a BUC step.

Start RequisitePro.

Open the Example project.

Under ‘Application Requirements’, create a folder for the Transmitter application.

Within the Transmitter folder, create an AUC type requirement named ‘Transmit Cargo’.

Set the ‘Application’ attribute to Transmitter.

Trace the requirement to BUC6

In the ’00 Views’ folder, create an attribute matrix view that will display all AUCs, label the view < your name > ‘attribute matrix’.

Through this view, set the analyst attribute of your requirement to your name.

Open the ‘BUC traced to AUC’ Traceability Matrix and set some traceability links.

Open the BUC traceability tree and trace an AUC from a BUC step.

Summary In this presentation you learnt: the ReqPro user interface, ReqPro commands for managing requirements, how to set requirement’s properties, how to use views, how to manage traceability.

In this presentation you learnt:

the ReqPro user interface,

ReqPro commands for managing requirements,

how to set requirement’s properties,

how to use views,

how to manage traceability.

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