Requirement Diagram

Requirement Diagram

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Create Requirement Diagram

To create a Requirement Diagram:

  1. Select first an element where a new Requirement Diagram to be contained as a child.

  2. Select Model | Add Diagram | Requirement Diagram in Menu Bar or select Add Diagram | Requirement Diagram in Context Menu.

Requirement

To create a Requirement:

  1. Select Requirement in Toolbox.

  2. Drag on the diagram as the size you want.

You can use QuickEdit for Requirement by double-click or press Enter on a selected Requirement.

  • Name Expression : Edit name expression.

    Syntax of Name Expression

    expression ::= [ '<<' stereotype `>>` ] [ visibility ] name
    stereotype ::= (identifier)
    visibility ::= '+' | '#' | '-' | '~'
    name ::= (identifier)
  • Visibility : Change visibility property.

  • Add Note : Add a linked note.

  • Add Constraint: Add a constraint.

  • Add Sub-Requirement : Add a Requirement with a contained relationship.

To suppress Property Values, check (or uncheck) Format | Suppress Property Values in Menu Bar or Context Menu

Copy

To create a Copy:

  1. Select Copy in Toolbox.

  2. Drag from an element (to be special) and drop on another element (to be general).

You can use QuickEdit for Relationship (See Relationship).

DeriveReqt

To create a DeriveReqt:

  1. Select DeriveReqt in Toolbox.

  2. Drag from an element (to be special) and drop on another element (to be general).

You can use QuickEdit for Relationship (See Relationship).

Verify

To create a Verify:

  1. Select Verify in Toolbox.

  2. Drag from an element (to be special) and drop on another element (to be general).

You can use QuickEdit for Relationship (See Relationship).

Satisfy

To create a Satisfy:

  1. Select Satisfy in Toolbox.

  2. Drag from an element (to be special) and drop on another element (to be general).

You can use QuickEdit for Relationship (See Relationship).

Refine

To create a Refine:

  1. Select Refine in Toolbox.

  2. Drag from an element (to be special) and drop on another element (to be general).

You can use QuickEdit for Relationship (See Relationship).