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Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
Best practices for effective doors implementation-Ashwini Patil
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  • 1. Best Practices for Effective DOORS Implementation Ashwini Patil, IBM India Advisory Manager Select View/Master/Slide Master to add Session Number Here © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 2. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 AGENDA Overview of DOORS Project Architecture in DOORS Database schema Module framework Setting linking schema Application of access rights Importing legacy data from Word Baselines/Baseline sets Summary Demo Questions 2
  • 3. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Overview Of DOORS
  • 4. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 What is DOORS? Rational DOORS is the market and technology leader for Requirements Management A requirements management tool with: Multi-user document access Extensive access controls Change control & tracking Requirement linking Filtering & sorting of data Traceability & impact analysis support
  • 5. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Database Structure Database Root Content Project Formal Folder Modules Navigation
  • 6. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Modules Module Explorer
  • 7. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 DOORS Item Entity Relationship Items Users* Access Rights • Project • Individuals • Read • Folder • Groups • Create have with • Module • Everyone • Modify • Object • Delete • Admin are of Powers User Types * • Create Project • Standard • Archive Data • Project Manager can have • Partition Data • Database Manager • Create Groups • Custom • Create Users • Manage Database
  • 8. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 DOORS Data Exchange Options Other options include * Partition/Rejoin, RIF * Archive/Restore * DXL based data Exchange Tools
  • 9. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 DOORS Integrations - Current Focal Point Rational ClearCase MS Team & ClearQuest Foundation Server Change System Architect Eclipse DOORS TAU Rhapsody Publishing Engine Rational Rose Rational Quality Manager Rational Software Development Platform
  • 10. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Project Architecture in DOORS
  • 11. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Database Schema How to organize data? When use projects and folders? Naming convention?
  • 12. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Database Schema contd. Example of Project Template
  • 13. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Module framework Template Example Create a new module or use an archetype Using archetypes enables re-use of the consistent schema and the best practices in the organization.
  • 14. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Module framework Module considerations to optimize performance History/Baselines Shareable Edit Views (default) –Module explorer, Layout/Attribute DXL Deleted Non-Purged Objects OLEs Tables
  • 15. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 History/Baselines
  • 16. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Shareable edit Setup for sharing the module at levels 1, 2 or 3. Open the module in exclusive edit mode and save on a periodic basis
  • 17. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Views (default) Module Explorer/Layout/Attribute DXL
  • 18. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Deleted Non-Purged Objects
  • 19. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 OLEs
  • 20. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Tables Use OLE for tables if: The entire table represents a single requirement The table does not contain requirements, and the data can be easily displayed in an OLE object Convert the table to DOORS text objects if: Entire rows or columns represent single requirements You want to be able to display and modify attribute values in a separate column for each requirement in the table
  • 21. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Setting linking schema Direction and Type of Links Use of DOORS Links Link Enforcement
  • 22. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Direction and Type of Links Direction of links Architecture System Stakeholder design requirements requirements Type of Links Satisfies links Verification links Recursive links Confirms to links
  • 23. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Use of DOORS Links “DOORS Links” is the default
  • 24. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Link Enforcement Only allow outgoing links as specified in the above list Ensure every rule has a defined linkset
  • 25. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Access Rights Application Database Items Folder or Project Sub-items Folder or Project or Module Views Attribute Objects Attribute Definitions Types Attribute Values
  • 26. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Access Control Strategies Use strict controls at top levels Prevent accidental data moves and copies Use propagation to allow easier access Each project/level can have separate access Use groups rather than named users Use groups for common permissions Set project access to “None” Explicitly allocate rights through groups No one (except the Admin Groups) should have access to anything as a default. Users who are both Admins and Engineers should have two accounts to keep the work done separate.
  • 27. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Access Control Strategies - Example Users: Project A Project A User1 Objects User2 Module User3 User4 User5 DB User6 Project B Project B Access: Objects Everyone: R Module Access : Project B Group:RC Access : Everyone Else: None Project B Group:RMDC Propagate with C: MD Everyone Else: None Group Project A Group Project B Group User1 User2 Definitions User2 User4 User3 User5 User6
  • 28. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Baselines changes changes changes current 0.0 current current 1.0 current 1.1 0.1 Baseline 0.1 Baseline 1.0 Baseline 1.1 Module history Time Some basic guidelines : Minor baseline after initial import, after reformat , prior to purge of deleted objects Major baseline after Review, consensus, Build Definition.
  • 29. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Baseline sets Stakeholder requirements System requirements Test Cases Baseline 1.1 Baseline 2.1 Baseline 1.3 Stakeholder System Test Cases Baseline Set Requirements Requirements Release Candidate 1
  • 30. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Importing Legacy data from Word
  • 31. Level 1 DOORS Heading IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Level 2 DOORS Text Object Level 2 DOORS Heading Word Paragraph Styles Level 3 DOORS Text Object
  • 32. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Checking Styles
  • 33. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Export to DOORS
  • 34. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Summary
  • 35. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Benefits Re-usability Performance optimization Traceability/Impact Analysis Effective word imports Effective Management of Access Controls
  • 36. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 What RM Best Practice Means to Stakeholders Engineers Middle Managers Executives Customer Demonstrate Satisfaction/ Regulatory / Stakeholder Contractual Needs Manage Scope Compliance Improvement in Requirements Quality & Impact of Conform with Change Standards (CMMI. SPICE, Handle ISO) Complexity Deliver to Cost & Schedule Reqts Constraints Distribution Multi-level Visible Re-use Traceability between Reqts Role-Based Access Visible Context Tailorable RM Scalable Process Common Repository Audit Trail Increased use of Requirements Management Good Practices
  • 37. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Acknowledgement Ian Zimmermann, IBM Software Group Bob Parro, River North Solutions
  • 38. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 38
  • 39. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 39
  • 40. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2009. All rights reserved. The information contained in these materials is provided for informational purposes only, and is provided AS IS without warranty of any kind, express or implied. IBM shall not be responsible for any damages arising out of the use of, or otherwise related to, these materials. Nothing contained in these materials is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, creating any warranties or representations from IBM or its suppliers or licensors, or altering the terms and conditions of the applicable license agreement governing the use of IBM software. References in these materials to IBM products, programs, or services do not imply that they will be available in all countries in which IBM operates. Product release dates and/or capabilities referenced in these materials may change at any time at IBM’s sole discretion based on market opportunities or other factors, and are not intended to be a commitment to future product or feature availability in any way. IBM, the IBM logo, Rational, the Rational logo, Telelogic, the Telelogic logo, and other IBM products and services are trademarks of the International Business Machines Corporation, in the United States, other countries or both. Other company, product, or service names may be trademarks or service marks of others. 40

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