Following on from the Information Architecture Workshop series, I want to show an example of how some of that information should be documented. A comprehensive document should be made available, but also a summary document for quick reference and guidance. Some years ago we produced a quick reference document for a generic schema and process, […]
I have been looking at the topic of reporting from DOORS Next Generation this week. After all, what good is all that data if we can’t get information out of it. The scripting technology preview is good for working with small amounts of data for the immediate attention of the user, but some of those […]
Client side scripting is coming to DOORS Next Generation. If you go to the jazz.net downloads you can get an early release candidate of version 4.0.5 which has a technology preview of client side scripting. This is not a fully comprehensive feature yet, but this is a good start. The API documentation is here and […]
UPDATE: There is now an additional date of 5th December also in Warwick One of my colleagues, Fraser Chadburn, has organized a hands on workshop for the Rational tools for 4th December in Warwick. This includes DOORS Next Gen as well as DOORS 9.x, Quality Manager, Team Concert, Rhapsody and Publishing Engine.
I was at UK IBM Innovate last week and one very interesting presentation was from Jeremy Dick of Integrate. Jeremy highlighted some of the key differences between DOORS Classic and DOORS Next Generation. I will draw from that discussion here, but also add my own commentary.
There is a learning circle on IBM developerWorks on the topic of DOORS Next Generation. This is built on the ideas presented in our paper.