IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation Reviews

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Qaiser Islam, SPC4 profile photo
Score 7 out of 10
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In our organization business analysts and systems analyst are using this module to develop their requirement artifacts. We have the complete IBM CLM suite so that other departments like development and QA use these requirement to develop and test the application. This end to end traceability and easy collaboration across the lifecylce help us a lot.
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April 03, 2018

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[It's] Used to groom requirements, capture technical and functional details around each requirement. Rational DOORS Next Generation (RDNG) is a solid requirements management tool. I would certainly choose RDNG over legacy DOORS to manage requirements, whether for a program, project, system, software, or hardware.
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Score 2 out of 10
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Rational Doors Next Generation (DNG) has been used by the application division of my customer company, and specifically by several functional analysts. The tool appears to have really specific features that allow managing artifacts like embedded documents and stores them in a central repository, and then is able to track with a strict connection the work items and codes. It shows to be a not really easy tool to use. Surely it can give really good benefits enabling the business requirements of the CR and coding activity, but to provide a consistent connection you must always work on the embedded artifact and this scenario is really not so user-friendly.

Plus if you decide to extract the artifact in a Word document after you have modified it, it is not convenient to modify the external document and then import it again because it will not override the previous one with the document versioning. It means that even if there is an import feature it is not easy to repeatedly import the same document in a different session. The graphical design features provided are not very stable. I think that it would be a better choice if the artifacts could be implemented in HTML form and not embedded as an artifact.
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About IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation

IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation is an application requirements management offering.

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