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Requirement management in Enterprise Architect and Excel [message #1818705] Tue, 24 December 2019 06:07 Go to next message
Marilyn Angela is currently offline Marilyn AngelaFriend
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I'm starting a new project and want to do my requirement management with Enterprise Architect.

It look really nice to define requirements, associate use cases, design elements, test and so on, all in one software.

I succeeded in creating a profile that let met drag custom requirement with predefined tagged value for enterprise stuff MyPrepaidCenter

My problem is that the requirements must be manage at 3 level. The team, the management and the client. The management and the client both communicate with Excel.

My question is, it is possible to do something like: - Create requirements diagram in EA with predefined tag value - Export requirements in Excel (with predefined tag value) - I haven't been able to export my predefined tagged value. - Modify the excel file - Import from excel and update the requirements in EA.

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Re: Requirement management in Enterprise Architect and Excel [message #1818826 is a reply to message #1818705] Mon, 30 December 2019 07:13 Go to previous message
Yoann Farre is currently offline Yoann FarreFriend
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Hello,
I could be wrong but I'm not sure you're at the best place to get and answer about Enterprise Architect's features. This is a forum dedicated to Papyrus modeler.
To answer your question in Papyrus, you can do that by customizing a table and exporting it to xls (or csv) file. For the import, I'm not sure.
Regards.
Yoann.
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