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What’s New in Engineering Requirements Management DOORS Family 7.0.1

Building on the themes of ELM 7.0, our next release is just around the corner. Since 7.0.1 has come so soon after 7.0, we recommend that anyone planning to upgrade should go straight to 7.0.1. This blog covers releases of all Requirements Management tools including: IBM Engineering Requirements Management DOORS Next 7.0.1 IBM Engineering Requirements […]

What’s new in IBM Engineering Requirements Management – DOORS Next 7.0

In case you missed last year’s announcement, IBM Engineering Requirements Management – DOORS Next (DOORS Next) is the new name for IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation (RDNG or DNG). For more details, please see: Renaming the IBM Continuous Engineering Portfolio. V7.0 implements this renaming as well as the modernization of the user interface look and […]

What’s new in IBM Engineering Requirements and Test Management 6.0.6.1

We’re very excited to announce the availability of the IBM Engineering Requirements Management DOORS Next v6.0.6.1 solution and also IBM Engineering Test Management (previously known as Rational Quality Manager or RQM). In this release, we deliver the latest quality fixes and scale improvements along with some important enhancements. In addition, we are changing the solution […]

What’s new in DOORS Next Generation 6.0.6

We’ve put a lot of effort into the enhancements to IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation (DNG) 6.0.6, including the following.  For more in-depth detail, see the New &  Noteworthy. Requirements Repurposing As users decompose requirements from one level to the next, they typically copy a high-level requirement to draft a lower level need. We call this decomposition repurposing. This […]

What’s new in Rational DOORS Next Generation 6.0.4

We’ve put a lot of effort in to the enhancements to IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation 6.0.4, including the following.  For more in-depth detail, see the New &  Noteworthy. Advancing requirements configuration management Understanding requirements history and audit trail has been, and continues to be, a fundamental need for requirements management practices. With the introduction of […]

What’s new in Rational DOORS Next Generation 6.0.3

IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation (DNG) 6.0.3 introduces a new dimension to configuration management a simpler way to interact with requirements information and more. Components It’s likely you will find information about “components” in a number of our blogs about 6.0.3.  That’s because they impact a number of our tools. It is now possible to […]

What’s new in DOORS Next Generation 6.0.2

IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation (DNG) 6.0.2 continues with the overall theme of the 6.0 series while introducing some exciting new capabilities to help your organization bring control to your requirements. Areas of improvement in 6.0.2 include: Workflow for requirements End-user productivity Configuration management Bulk data import/export Administration, non-functional scalability and security Next phase in […]

Myths, facts, and common questions regarding DOORS migration

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IBM Rational DOORS is the market-leading Requirements Management tool and has had that title for a long time – at least the last 15 years. Among formal tools for requirements, DOORS is used by more people on Earth than any other. Rational DOORS Next Generation (RDNG) was introduced by IBM to secure this market leadership […]

What’s new in DOORS Next Generation 6.0.1

This release adds to a very significant major series for DOORS Next Generation. We have a continued with our focus on Configuration Management, Global Configurations and usability while introducing some exciting new functions for bulk data manipulation and stronger analytics. If you are interested in reading a higher level view of how DOORS Next Generation […]

What’s new in DOORS Next Generation 6.0?

This release could well be introducing the most fundamental function into a requirements management (RM) tool since RM systems began.  While we continue our drive with usability and productivity, we are also providing support for requirements configuration management (CM), built from the ground up as part of the native tool, rather than simply integrating an […]

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