Configuring Engineering Test Managment and Engineering Requirements Management DOORS integrations

Starting in IBM® Engineering Requirements Management DOORS® Version 9.4, you can integrate Engineering Requirements Management DOORS and IBM Engineering Test Management using the Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) specification. OSLC enables you to create bidirectional links between test and requirement artifacts and display rich hover text when viewing Engineering Requirements Management DOORS requirements in test cases in Engineering Test Management. In order to leverage the OSLC, you must set up communication between Engineering Requirements Management DOORS and Engineering Test Management.

Before you begin

  • The following software is required:
  • You must have Jazz administrator rights as well as proper project permissions in Engineering Test Management.
  • You must have database manager powers or custom user powers to manage the database in Engineering Requirements Management DOORS.
  • On Solaris and Linux systems, the DOORSHOME property must be set in order to configure Engineering Requirements Management DOORS Web Access (DWA). For more information about installing DWA on your operating system, see the help topics under Configuring Rational® DOORS Web Access to use OSLC.

About this task

Integrating Engineering Requirements Management DOORS and Engineering Test Management using the OSLC requires you to configure both applications properly. Make sure to first configure components of Rational DOORS Web Access (DWA) and Engineering Requirements Management DOORS which are needed for the OSLC integration. See Configuring Rational DOORS Web Access to use OSLC.

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