Versions, Branching and Baseline in RMsis

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This presentation uses an example to demonstrates the key features of version control, baseline and branching as implemented in RMsis.

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  • Versions, Branching and Baseline in RMsis

    1. 1. Versions, Branching and Baseline in RMsis Simplify Requirement Management for JIRA
    2. 2. Problem Statement  How to create and manage multiple versions in different branches of a Requirement ? 1. Consider “Base Requirement 1” 2. Need to develop and manage variants of this requirement for 1. Solaris 2. AIX 3. While simultaneously working on releases 1. Alpha 2. Beta
    3. 3. Key Functions Used  Views in Planned Table ◦ Latest View : To add new requirements. ◦ All versions : To view all versions of a requirement and to create branches.  Create Version (of a requirement)  Commit Version (of a requirement)
    4. 4.  Create the “Base Requirement 1”  This would be in an “Editable Mode”  Let the requirement evolve…
    5. 5.  When the requirement has completely evolved, Commit Version (saved as Version 1).
    6. 6.  Create a version for Platform AIX.  This will lead to creation of a Branch.  Note ◦ All versions view is selected ◦ The description of Version 2 is modified in the next slide.
    7. 7.  Create another version for Platform Solaris.  This will lead to creation of another Branch.
    8. 8.  Commit the versions, after they are completely defined.
    9. 9.  Create versions for Alpha and Beta releases in “Editable Mode”.
    10. 10.  All branches and versions can be viewed by clicking on the “Show Evolution Graph” within the detailed view of a requirement.
    11. 11.  For all requirements that are frozen, “Mark for Baseline”.
    12. 12.  When all requirements for a Baseline are finalized, create the baseline, named “Baseline for Alpha”.
    13. 13.  The final “Baselined” set of requirements for Alpha release.
    14. 14.  RMsis Home  http://products.optimizory.com/rmsis  RMsis Documents  Latest Release : http://docs.optimizory.com/display/rmsis/RMsis+Documentation+- +Latest+Release  Preview of latest features : http://docs.optimizory.com/display/preview/Home  Functions included in Releases : http://docs.optimizory.com/display/rmsis/Summary+of+RMsis+Releases  RMsis at Atlassian  https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugin/details/30899  RMsis Demo link  http://jira-rmsis.optimizory.com/  Project manager login details  Login: pm1  Password: project123  Team member login details  Login: usr1  Password: user123 See Also ..
    15. 15. Thanks! For further questions or issues, contact support@optimizory.com

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