MS Word – Import and Export
Good requirements engineering needs more than MS Word. Traceability and revision conrol are indispensable in regulated industries and cannot be properly achieved with it.
Import requirements (including dashboard elements, queries, diagrams, glossary) from MS Word into objectiF RM quickly and easily. Generate up-to-date requirements specifications according to ISO/IEC/IEEE 29148:2011 or vision documents at any time with an agile approach. Configurable templates, which you can easily adapt to your corporate design, help you to perfectly document your results.
In the video you can see how the import of requirements from MS Word works.
ReqIF – Import and Export
Do you work in the automotive sector and exchange requirements in the Requirements Interchange Format (ReqIF)? This standardized data exchange between OEM and supplier is often used for the import and export of data from and to DOORS.
Get to know objectiF RM, an inexpensive alternative which also has a ReqIF import/export interface and can process complex data structures, including image files and OLE objects.
This video shows what data import from ReqIF looks like:
MS Active Directory – Import
Import members of your organization and projects in objectiF RM quickly and easily via the interface to Microsoft Active Directory.
Jira – Synchronization
Are your requirements defined and structured in backlogs so that development can get started? But the development teams use Atlassian Jira? No problem. Synchronize requirements and issues easily via interface. Generate a Jira Cloud API token and then select the appropriate projects in Jira. Requirements and their references are exchanged quickly and easily between objectiF RM and Jira.
Azure DevOps – Synchronization
Many development teams use Azure DevOps. objectiF RM offers you an interface through which you can import work items into a project or export requirements. The import or export is carried out via a configuration.
To do this, simply generate an Azure DevOps token, select an Azure DevOps project and then determine the assignment of stereotypes and properties during import and export via mapping.
You can perform the synchronization manually or automate it via objectiF RM’s task manager, for example by defining a fixed interval for a regular synchronization.
REST API – Import and Export
Use the REST API to exchange data between objectiF RM and other systems. Simply define your own interface-related JSON schema for import and export. You can use a form to define the amount of data to be transferred and thus optimize the data transfer.
Implement your own interfaces using extensions
You want to connect another application via interface? Then simply create your own extension using a request/response schema in JSON format for synchronizing data in objectiF RM. Extension functions can be executed manually, time-based or state-based, allowing you, for example, to transfer a requirement whenever a particular state change takes place.
René Rönisch is glad to answer them and help you create a data migration strategy that fits your situation.