We are using PRPC 6.3 and would like to hear if you have been able to figure out a way to search for the Requirement Set a Requirement Rule belongs in, if you only have the name of the Requirement Rule? At this point, our project has literally thousands of Requirement Rules, and they are organized in a few hundred Requirement Sets. We can search for a Requirement Set and see what Requirement Rules it contains. But often, we are in a situation where we have the Requirement Rule, but need to find the Requirement Set (s) that contain this Requirement Rule. Has anybody figured out how to have this kind of reverse traceability/visibility from a Requirement Rule to the Requirement Set?
Thanks for your help!
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Posted: 25 Jun 2015 21:19 EDT
Ashok Kumar Bommisetty (Ashok_Bommisetty)
Yes, because of the large number of our Requirement Sets, Requirements Explorer does not render properly after the first hundred or so. Besides, we are looking for a way to search for Requirement Set based on Requirement Rule name. In Requirements Explorer, one would still have to scroll through and look at the Requirement Rules within each Requirement Set, which one can do in Application Explorer as well. It just takes way too much time given the large numbers of Requirement Sets we have.