Category Archive for "requirements management"

How to Migrate from IBM® Rational® DOORS® to codeBeamer

ReqIF (the Requirements Interchange Format) is a file format developed in the automotive industry, but widely used in several other sectors to exchange requirements between various software tools. The format, adopted by the OMG, lets you define items, relations and
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Managing 10,000+ Requirements

codeBeamer’s scalable and efficient architecture allows you to manage a virtually unlimited number of requirements conveniently and with great performance. This video shows how over 10,000 requirements may be managed using codeBeamer’s requirements management feature set.
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Modeling and Validation in EA

Watch this video to learn how you can model ULM diagrams using codeBeamer’s Enterprise Architect integration, which allows you to simply connect EA and codeBeamer. Setting up the synchronization only takes a few minutes, and enables you to simply import
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MS Excel Round Trip

codeBeamer’s MS Excel Round Trip Export/Import feature facilitates exchanging requirements with your clients and makes it easy to follow up on changes. The function allows you to export requirements into MS Excel, send it to clients in MS Excel, and

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Importing from MS Excel

Flexibly importing MS Excel documents into codeBeamer gives you the freedom to edit requirements in Excel files, then just import those requirements to the system. MS Excel formatting features can be used to structure requirements and build hierarchies between items. When

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Requirements Engineering with MS Word Round Trip

codeBeamer’s MS Word Round Trip Export/Import feature facilitates exchanging requirements with your clients and makes it easy to follow up on changes. The function allows you to export requirements into MS Word using a corporate template, send it to clients

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Requirements Re-use Through Libraries

Requirements re-use enables you to save requirements defined for previous projects in a library, and use them for new projects. This is a useful feature if you regularly work with similar projects, or a significant part of your requirements are similar

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