Requirement Views

There are several requirement views:

Requirement Information

Requirement information view provides the following detailed information regarding the requirement: name, owner, status, priority, description, user-defined attribute values, validation, change history and responsible users.

Requirement Grid

You can view requirements in a spreadsheet format to sort requirements and export requirements to XML.

The grid view displays the requirement type, tag/ID, name, status, priority, owner, responsible users, and user defined attributes. You also can optionally view requirement description, last modified date and hierarchical number (these options may decrease performance).

Tip: To customize the Document View, use the Increase Height and the Word Wrap toolbar buttons.

Traceability Matrix

Traceability allows you to create and track relationships between requirements and other related development and testing information. Such relationships are called "traces" and shown on the Traceability tab.

You can view traceability between many requirements using the Traceability Matrix.

Tree View

The tree view displays requirements organized by types. Relocating requirements in the tree changes the requirement hierarchy number. To display hierarchical or serial number (tag/ID), use the View > Hierarchical Numbers and View > Serial Numbers options.

If the project integrates with Caliber Visualize, the simulations and scenarios appear in the tree. You can view the Visualization notes within the objects as requirements. Conversely, you can create notes for Visualizations when adding requirements to the Simulations and Scenarios in Caliber. Additionally, you can view subitems items that comprise the simulation or scenario object.

Also with the Caliber Visualize and Caliber integration, you can view scenario and simulation diagrams as images on the Details tab.