Interface with DOORS
In SEA 6.1, structure of
1) DAS module contains 3 mains chapters :
- STR_COMPs with all requirements allocated to a Component.
Components names are used as a chapter to group all allocated requirements.
- STR_SYS with all requirements consuming a flow from another system
Systems names are used as a chapter to group all allocated requirements.
- Design requirements with all "intermediate" requirements
2) STR Module is structured according to Title requirements.
Structure to be exported to DOORS
Requirement as Tree (RAT)
- RAT can now be stopped at a defined requirement type
- RAT can now export all tests allocated to a requirement
RAT improvement to export more options.
- Fix of automatic deliverable naming by the Baseline tool
- The manage Baseline GUI is no longer displayed when using fast-release/preview mode
- Improvement of "Initialize Allocation Chains from FC" script : selecting a Functional Chain corresponding to an existing Allocation Chain will update this Allocation Chain.
Functional Chain (previous one didn't have object Router) :
Current Allocation Chain (corresponding to Functional Chain without Router object)
Result after run script "Initialize Allocation Chains from FC" : The Allocation Chain is updated.
Init chain from object
In SEA 6.1, it is possible to create a new functional chain from an enable system or a function present in view "3.1. Define functional architecture"
Make a right click on a function or an enabling system will display a menu with "Init chain from object".
Then a window opens (see figure 4) and you can choose the different characteristics of your Functional Chain according to the selected object:
- Name (the name of the new FC)
- Propagation direction (in which direction you want your FC goes)
- Link types (choose the type of links you want to see in your FC)
- Physical flow
- Data flow
- Search Depth (means how many objects you will take according to the directions)
- Include external objects
Figure 4. FC configuration
- Fix of the "Define CSR" script