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The DOORS Next Gen (DNG) solution is the next generation of the popular requirements management product known as DOORS. It is a web based, requirements management solution.

DNG solutions

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Learning about DNG

This section has links to relevant reference and learning materials for help in understanding the DNG solution.

Getting started

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Architecture

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Common deployment patterns

The common deployment patterns for the Rational systems engineering tools are captured in a series of Recommended SSE Deployment Topologies which illustrate the IBM recommended deployment approach. You can also see the latest installation topologies in the installation topologies section in the Information Center, although you should be aware of the version of your software and the Information Center version when you access these contents.

General approaches

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The DNG scripting engine

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