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how to create many requirements to multiple module at once import?


Taku Takahashi (151) | asked Oct 03 '19, 1:09 a.m.

Hello, this is TAKU.
My company uses Doors Next for requirements management.

There is a problem now.
it is not possible to create Reqirements in multiple modules with a single import.

I want to do inport following structure by one csv file
folder
L existing module
      L New artifact!!
L existing module
      L New artifact !!

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Sean F (1.1k12337) | answered Oct 03 '19, 11:57 a.m.
Hi Taku,

You can import to one module ModuleA and then duplicate the entire module as ModuleB. You will then end up with 2 duplicate copies of the artifacts.

If you want the same artifact to exist once in the database but be re-used across 2 modules you can duplicate just ModuleA so that the base artifacts are re-used. Or you could insert the imported artifacts into a 2nd existing module ModuleB after importing them into ModuleA

Any solution will involve a follow up duplication activity after the initial import. There is no solution that will create the duplicate at the moment of importing the CSV.
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Taku Takahashi commented Oct 11 '19, 4:43 a.m.
Hi Sean F,
Thank you for your responce.
bat,That's not what I want to do...
what i want to do is following structure.
folder
L existing module 1
      L New artifact!!
L existing module 2
      L Another New artifact !!

Taku Takahashi commented Oct 11 '19, 4:43 a.m. | edited Oct 11 '19, 4:44 a.m.

the structure's meaning

1. Import artifactA and artifactS
2."artifactA" are imported into the "moduleA". "artifactB" are imported into "moduleB"
3. These creations are imported at once

im sorry for my bat question...
if you tell me the solution,I thank you very much


Sean F commented Oct 11 '19, 8:02 a.m.
Hi Taku,

The simplest solution in this case is to break the CSV file into 2 separate CSV files and then import them separately to the 2 respective modules

Taku Takahashi commented Oct 14 '19, 7:21 a.m.
Hi sean F,

I understand your answer.
Thank you so much


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Daisy Simpson (11) | answered Oct 06 '19, 5:43 a.m.

 Hi Sean F,

I agree with your answer to the thread.

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