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OTE traceability [message #575105] Thu, 13 August 2009 04:17 Go to next message
Nirmal Sasidharan
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Does OTE offer end-end traceability together with OSEE define? Requirements <-> Design <-> Code <-> Test. It the traceability achieved using the standard relations tree editor in OSEE or is there any other UI support for this?

Thanks and regards,
Nirmal
Re: OTE traceability [message #575874 is a reply to message #575105] Sun, 25 October 2009 22:32 Go to previous message
Ryan D. Brooks is currently offline Ryan D. Brooks
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Nirmal,

OSEE uses relations to provide all types of traceability. The basic method for managing this traceability is through the relations
section of the artifact edtior using drag-n-drop to create new relations. There are a number of predefined relation types used for
traceability including:

Relation Type: Artifact Type <-> Artifact Type

Allocation: Requirement <-> Component
Code-Requirement: Code Unit <-> Requirement
Design: Requirement <-> Design
Requirement Trace Requirement <-> Requirement
Validation: Requirement <-> Artifact
Verification: Requirement <-> Test Unit

This type definition is using inheritence so for example the type "Artifact" for the "Validation" relation type means all artifact
types since all types extend "Artifact".

There are a number of BLAMs used to create traceability reports. For example, org.eclipse.osee.define.blam.operation.PublishSubsystemToDes ignTraceability generate an
Excel xml file showing the traceability between "Subsystem Design" and "Subsystem Requirement" artifacts. Since traceability is stored using relations, all
the standard change management and version control capabilities are used with traceability.

Thanks,
Ryan


Thanks,
Ryan Brooks
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