Reporting for ProR – the Results

Half a year ago, we announced that a student, Said Salem, would work on creating a better reporting solution for ProR in the context of his master thesis.  The good news is: He completed his thesis and passed the exam.  The bad news: The resulting implementations did

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Human Rights and Open Source

Today is Blog Action Day. It’s a day for spreading awareness of human rights, or the lack thereof, in the world.  As a corporation, we have to be concerned with being profitable.  Nevertheless, our roots are in academica, and our products are based on open source.  Thus,

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ReqIF is here – what now?

The Requirements Interchange Format (ReqIF) came a long way, ever since its inception in 2004, when members of the Herstellerinitiative Software (HIS), a trade association of five major car manufacturers, decided to commission the creation of a requirements exchange format.  Step by step, the standard became more

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RMF/ProR 0.8.0 available

The RMF team is proud to announce the 0.8.0 version of RMF and ProR (Download) to spice up your summer.  The most visible improvements regards the handling of default values, which we will describe further below.  You can also import examples into your workspace via File |

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Using RMF to integrate your models

We’ve all seen it: You need to write a spec, so you open Word, write some text, you copy a state diagram from Enterprise Architect, and eventually send it off as a PDF. Okay, things are slightly better now. In the Eclipse ecosystem, maybe you are using

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Reporting for ProR – We need your opinion!

ProR doesn’t yet support mature reporting features. Right now only a simple HTML-Version of a requirements document can be generated (you can access this via the print menu). A better visual representation of the requirements document has been requested many times by users. For instance, such a reporting

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Use Cases with ProR

Use Cases are a popular method for recording requirements.  With little effort, ProR can make recording Use Cases easy and traceable. To demonstrate this, we use ProR itself as an example.  Below is a screenshot of ProR, recording the use case “Create a new SpecObject”.  You can

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