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Rational DOORS allows you to capture, trace, analyze and manage changes to information and demonstrate compliance to regulations and standards. DOORS has proven itself on some of the most challenging projects and helped organizations standardize and manage their requirements process more efficiently.
Successful management of requirements starts by documenting them in a way that's easy to interpret and navigate. The hierarchical organization of requirements in the Rational DOORS interface helps make it easier to locate information within the database. An easily accessible document-style list of requirements shows each individual requirement in context, while a convenient navigation tree reveals the structure of the information set. A tabular view of the requirements helps you view and assign additional information against them within an unlimited number of your own attributes.
Requirements traceability is key to demonstrating conformance and compliance, and facilitating impact analysis of requirement changes. Traceability links within Rational DOORS software can be easily traversed—simply click on the link indicator displayed beside a requirement, select the link you want to follow, and the Rational DOORS application can traverse the link to the related requirement.
Creating links can be as easy as dragging and dropping between two requirements. A new link can be created from the source to the target requirement with outgoing and incoming link indicators displayed beside the relevant requirements.
With DOORS software, you can create filters to analyze requirements and see that traceability is complete. For example, using a filter, you can help quickly identify user requirements that are not linked to system requirements - these represent customer needs that are not satisfied by the technical specification. The DOORS solution also supports external links: Requirements can be associated with information outside of the DOORS environment. For instance, dragging a link from a requirement in the DOORS software into a word processing document can create a functional link to the requirement.