- Supports multiple projects, each with their own configuration
- Common repository of information types and attributes, for re-use in different projects as needed.
Working with Requirements
- Supports multiple items types within a project. Examples of item types include use cases, business rules, actors, functional requirements and non-functional requirements.
- Item attributes are definable, and can have varying attributes per type.
- Tracability can be defined between items of any type
- Items can be versioned.
- Resources, such as files or URLs, can be attached to an item.
- Items have status, which can vary for different types of items. These are configurable, so you can support your business processes easily.
- Generates documentation using a templating mechanism, with standard plug-ins including HTML/XHTML and OpenOffice.
- Templates are user-defined in terms of what information is brought into them.
- Supports formatted text and images in generated documentation.
- Each project can be independently configured.
- Projects utilise requirement types which are defined in a repository. You can set up the common information types that support your business processes, and use those in your projects as appropriate.
- User management, including defining user roles by project.