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What’s new in IBM Engineering Requirements Management – DOORS Next 7.0.2

DOORS Next 7.0.2 brings together two themes, Usability & Consistency over ELM and reporting over requirements versions. Usability & Consistency over Engineering Lifecycle Management: Making use of traceability for change impact analysis and reporting Simplified linking: drag-drop or copy-paste links within and between requirements, tests, and work items Consistent selection of Users with an updated […]

Handling RTF code in IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Publishing

For IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Publishing (PUB) to generate rich text, we need the rich text data in a format that PUB accepts. If you consider UseCase description or Class Description returned by IBM Engineering Systems Design Rhapsody (Rhapsody), it is in RTF format. The Rhapsody data source schema allows us to choose the […]

What’s new in IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management 7.0.1 – UX Modernization

Beginning with ELM 7.0, we embarked on a journey to modernize the user experience across the solution, driving greater consistency in terms of visual style as well as function, and simplified workflows for both end users and administrators. In 7.0 and 7.0.1, our focus is on the visual style while also progressing designs to deliver […]

What’s New in ELM 7.0.1 – Process & Tools

In today’s ‘new normal’, organizations are being forced to innovate their engineering processes — how they operate and deliver. Organizations understand that this transformation requires a truly agile enterprise that efficiently and effectively adopts Agile@Scale. By now most organizations that have tried to scale agile across the enterprise know that having agile development teams or […]

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in software and system testing

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This article was written by Bartosz (Bart) Chrabski of SmarterProcess – with some minor contributions from yours truly. You may remember an old western movie titled The Good, the Bad and the Ugly starring Clint Eastwood. Testing can sometimes feel the same way. In today’s dynamic product development arena requirements keep changing and evolving. There […]

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 Workflow Management and IBM Engineering Test Management v7.0.1

This new release of IBM Engineering Workflow Management (EWM) brings additional capabilities in all the product areas: agile planning, source control, build, Git integration as well as enterprise extensions. Similarly, in this new release of IBM Engineering Test Management (ETM) version 7.0.1, you will find many improvements in several functions including test planning, test execution […]

What’s new in IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management 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. Highlights of 7.0.1 include the following: Global Configuration Management It’s easier to find and work with just the right set […]

Building Views with IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Engineering Insights (ENI) Part Four – Building Dynamic Views

<< Building Views with IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Engineering Insights (ENI) Part Three – Customizing the Look and Feel of Views (The Basics) In this article, we’ll introduce Actions that allow us to make the views more interactive and dynamic. We will start by creating a new View that we can use as a […]

Building Views with IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Engineering Insights (ENI) Part Three – Customizing the Look and Feel of Views (The Basics)

<< Building Views with IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Engineering Insights (ENI) Part Two – Building a Traceability View In the previous article we built out a simple traceability view – as a reminder here is where we ended up: While functional it isn’t particularly appealing visually. In this article, we will apply some formatting […]

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