When you look at your project requirements and use cases today, how much do you rely on pictures or diagrams? When a project team is documenting ideas for their next development iteration people often draft diagrams to show the flow, user interaction through use cases, or even user interface mock ups to show what the … Read more >
This is the fourth in a series of blog posts discussing the enhancements in our Collaborative Lifecycle Management 2012 solution. Continuing with our race to the CLM 2012 finish line, let’s take a look at some of the great new features in Rational Requirements Composer.
Just as a racing pit crew is essential to keep things moving … Read more >
It has arrived! The new fixpack for Rational Requirements Composer (RRC) 188.8.131.52 provides the first opportunity for Rational RequisitePro customers to move existing requirements into RRC and use them in Rational’s newest Requirements Definition and Management tool. The fixpack was made available on October 17th here on jazz.net.
Some of you will know that in the … Read more >
Requirements solutions like Rational Requirements Composer (RRC) are a major advance in information traceability for program and project teams when compared to doing it manually in documents or spreadsheets. RRC helps teams achieve a new level of creating, maintaining, analyzing, and reporting traceability.
In RRC 3.0.1 we introduced the ability to define custom relationship types and … Read more >
(This is part of a series of blog posts where we describe enhancements and changes planned for the upcoming release of our Collaborative Lifecycle Management solution, comprising: Rational Team Concert, Rational Quality Manager, and Rational Requirements Composer.*)
The new Rational Requirements Composer (RRC) is coming soon, and we are excited about the direction we … Read more >