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Requirements Gateway - unit test and getting started

Hello All,

I am not sure this is the right place but ... I am new to using Requirements Gateway. I have been looking at Requirements Gateway to manage requirements coverage for a medium sized project. I would like to use a word document as the source of requirements, connected(?) to a dedicated Labview project containing the vis and their unit test. Is there a way the unit test can be run from Req Gateway?

 

During a demo of Req Gateway a few years back I spotted the results were placed into (from memory ) an excel spread sheet and this provided a very simplistic view in terms of completeness. The format was something like:

 

[REQ_123456] [ Req Description] [ vi name] [ test coverage %] [ Pass/Fail]

[REQ_654321] [ Req Description] [ vi name] [ test coverage %] [ Pass/Fail]

and so on.

 

The test report examples I have seen so far dont seem to provide this view.

 

I havent been able to find anything similar, are there any examples, toolkits I should be looking at?

 

Thanks in Advance, Chris

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Hi CB,

 

I would recommend consulting some of the help resources available online. The two links below are html documents which should provide all the information needed to use Requirements Gateway proficiently.

 

http://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/371714D-01/TOC5.htm

http://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/371714D-01/

 

Since you mentioned that you want to use the program in conjuntion with LabVIEW, I'm also going to link you to a white paper and a tutorial, both of which include further instructions on how to do this.

 

http://www.ni.com/white-paper/3721/en/

http://www.ni.com/tutorial/8420/en/

 

I hope these resources are able to help you get started with Requirements Manager, please let me know if you need more assistance.

 

Regards,

Jake A

Applications Engineer
National Instruments UK and Ireland
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