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Requirements in the Database
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Chapter 5 - Creating Requirements
From the Word menu bar, click RequisitePro > Document > Save.
RequisitePro saves the document and finishes creating the requirement.
Go to page 4 to see the new requirement and verify that it has been assigned the
number UC7.2 (see Figure 21).
Figure 21
Updated Use Case Specification: Arrange Shipment (Excerpt)
Looking at Requirements in the Database
In this section, you use the RequisitePro database to view requirements related to the
enhancement you are working on. Whenever you work in a database, you use a view,
which filters data in a specific format. RequisitePro works the same way.
Exercise: View requirements using the RequisitePro database.
In the Word document, click RequisitePro > Show RequisitePro Explorer. RequisitePro
In the
window, expand ClassicsCD Web Shop > Use Cases, then double-click
the attribute matrix, All Use Cases.
The use cases are organized hierarchically and each describes functional areas of Child requirement use cases are listed under their respective
parent. Parent requirements are general, while child requirements describe
specific areas. To see children of a use case, you may need to expand the parent
requirement by clicking the + next to the use case's name.