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Devez-vous capturer, gérer et tracer des exigences de projet?

Faites-vous stocker des exigences dans des documents de texte, des tableaux ou d’autres formats qui inhibent la traçabilité et l’analyse?

Enterprise Architect fournit des outils puissants pour la gestion des exigences et les activités associées à la découverte, à l’évaluation, à l’enregistrement, à la validation et au reporting des exigences de votre projet. (Ce webinaire est en anglais avec des sous-titres en français)

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Session 1

Melbourne Wed 22 June 08:00 am
New York Tue 21 June 18:00 pm
Los Angeles Tue 21 June 15:00 pm
London Tue 21 June 23:00 pm
Auckland Wed 22 June 10:00 am

Session 2

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Scott HebbardGestionnaire de Communication
Sparx Systems

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Général

Enterprise Architect 13 Beta. Build 1301.

Les utilisateurs enregistrés peuvent télécharger le programme d’installation d’Enterprise Architect 13 à partir de la page suivante:
http://www.sparxsystems.com/ea13

Registered Users will be notified via the Forum when Enterprise Architect 13 is officially released.

Oui. Sparx Systems dispose d’un réseau mondial de formateurs et de consultants d’architectes d’entreprise agréés qui offrent une gamme complète de produits et de services pour vous soutenir dans vos activités.

For more information or to contact a partner, please refer to our Partners and Services webpage:
http://www.sparxsystems.com/partners/index.html

Oui. Sparx Systems dispose d’une bibliothèque complète de webinaires à la disposition du public.

Les webinaires précédents peuvent être consultés à l’adresse suivante:
http://www.sparxsystems.com/webinars

Oui. Some of the webinars are also available on the Sparx Systems YouTube site:
https://www.youtube.com/user/SparxSystems

Enterprise Architect 13 release page outlines some of the exciting features and benefits that may be of interest to new and existing customers. Please refer to the release page for more information:

http://www.sparxsystems.com/ea13

The Enterprise Architect 13 User Guide also provides a comprehensive range of resources to help get you started.

Oui. I have used Auto Naming to ensure consistency in the names of requirements as they are created. You can add pre and post fix details to any requirement.

See the Help Guide for more information about Auto Naming and Auto Counters .

Oui. There is improved support for Linux and Mac OS under Enterprise Architect 13.

The Gestionnaire de Spécifications, Charts, Custom UML Types, Requirement Diagrams and Requirement Checklists are all available in Enterprise Architect 12.1

Tagged Values were available in Enterprise Architect in 12.1, however the ability to filter based on tagged values is new to Enterprise Architect 13. The new Ribbon Interface, including the ability to search for tools and commands was introduced in Enterprise Architect 13. Time Aware Models and Cloning capabilities are new features available in Enterprise Architect 13, that were designed to help people understand how models evolve over time.

These details have not been finalized.

When Enterprise Architect 13 is officially released, a detailed break down will appear on the Compare Editions Page.

Exigences

Oui. Vous pouvez créer et récupérer des exigences d’un dépôt de Nuage. Référez-vous S’il vous plaît au Guide d’Aide pour apprendre à installer OSLC Requirements Management.

Vous pouvez aussi vouloir passer en revue le webinaire sur des Services de Nuage pour mieux comprendre comment OSLC marche dans Enterprise Architect.
http://www.sparxsystems.com/resources/webinar/model-repository/cloud/introduction/introduction-cloud-services.html

Oui. Enterprise Architect possède un élément User Story personnalisé qui peut être utilisé pour créer une histoire. Il est possible de lier l’élément User Story à tout nombre d’autres éléments, y compris les objectifs d’affaires, les objectifs des parties prenantes de haut niveau et les exigences détaillées résultant de la toilette de l’histoire, les contraintes et plus encore. Pour en savoir plus, consultez le webinaire suivant sur l’analyse de cas d’utilisation pilotée par modèle avec des scénarios structurés:

http://www.sparxsystems.com/resources/demos/use-case-analysis/model-driven-use-case-analysis-with-structured-scenarios.html

Pour plus d’informations sur User Stories, consultez le sujet d’aide suivant:
http://sparxsystems.com/enterprise_architect_user_guide/13.0/business_analysis_tools/tools_ba_user_story.html

Il existe de nombreuses options pour créer de nouvelles exigences. Le webinaire a illustré comment créer une nouvelle exigence à l’aide de la spécification Mangager. Une autre méthode courante consiste à faire glisser un Élément d’exigence de la Boîte à outils vers un diagramme ou vers un paquetage sélectionné.

For more information on creating a requirement, see the Help topic:
http://sparxsystems.com/enterprise_architect_user_guide/13.0/model_domains/creatingrequirements.html

You might use Phase to represent the phase of the project, whereas Version captures the version of the requirement itself. Sparx Systems does not dictate a methodology, and many companies may vary their usage to suit their individual needs. Some companies may even use the Glossary to further define terms such as Version and Phase.

Oui. You can create your own Tagged Values to represent more than one Status.

For more information on creating a custom Status value, please refer to the Help Topic on
Status Types.

Oui. This can be achieved using Tagged Values.

Oui. You can trace changes using a combination of Baselines, Auditing and Time Aware Models.

Auditing is a project-level feature that model administrators can use to record model changes in Enterprise Architect. To learn more about how auditing can trace a change of requirement state, refer to the Help Guide on:
Auditing.

Enterprise Architect has a comprehensive and powerful built in Compare (diff) utility, which enables you to explore what has changed within a model over time.Enterprise Architect provides a facility to 'Baseline' (snapshot) a model branch at a particular point in time for later comparison with the current Package state. Baselines can be used in conjunction with Time Aware modeling to see how the state of Requirement changes over time, clearly identifying any changes that occur to that State. For more information, refer to the Help Topic on:
Lignes de Base.

Oui, Enterprise Architect can Trace from a Use Case to a non Functional Requirement. Traceability helps to identify the way a given requirement or process has been implemented in a system, enabling you to follow the path of dependencies from the initial request, through a modeled solution and up to the deployed physical system or process. For more information, please refer to the webinar on
Traceability.

Élément de Liste de contrôle d’Exigences

The Requirements Checklist is a convenient element that acts as a tally to indicate whether a Requirement complies with a set of predefined measures. The Checklist element can be assigned to any Requirement and the measures can be updated directly in the diagram.

For more information, refer to the Requirements Checklist section of Help Guide.

The Élément de Liste de contrôle d’Exigences is available from the Requirements Toolbox. Simply drag the Requirements Checklist onto a diagram and draw a connector between the Checklist and the desired Requirement. The Checklist helps to ensure that a requirement follows a set of best practice guidelines.

Where to find the Élément de Liste de contrôle d’Exigencess:
Toolbox | More Tools... | Requirements | Extended Requirements Page | Requirements Checklist

Non. It was available in a previous version of Enterprise Architect.

Oui. It is possible to customize a Requirements Checklist. You can add additonal list items with ease. The Checklist details are stored in a Tagged Value field of type Memo called: "Checklist". You can modify this XML statement to list many other other options or alter the existing set of options.

For more information, please refer to the Help Topic on the
Requirements Checklist.

The values of the Requirements Checklist are available via the Memo tag. You can use the Enterprise Architect Object Model to make changes to the Tagged Value Class.

For more information, please refer to the Help Guide on:
The TaggedValue Class in relation to Automation.

Oui.

In addition to a requirements Checklist, there is also a generic checklist that can be associated with any model element.

Gestionnaire de Spécifications

Oui. You can edit and review SysML requirements using the Gestionnaire de Spécifications.

To learn more about the Gestionnaire de Spécifications, please refer to the following page:
http://sparxsystems.com/enterprise_architect_user_guide/12.1/building_models/specification_usage.html

The SysML Requirement type include the Tagged Values: ID and Text. You can use these, however they are displayed in the Tagged Value window.

An alternative option is to use the Element.Alias (ID) Element.Notes (text). These Alias and Notes and Tagged Values can be displayed in the diagram by selecting Diagram Properties (F5) | Element tab.

The Alias is set in F5 | Diagram > [x] use Element Alias.

A point to consider is that Auto numbering supports the Element Alias, however it is not supported for a SysML ID Tagged Value.

Enterprise Architect 13

Registered users can download the Enterprise Architect installer directly from:
http://www.sparxsystems.com/securedownloads/EA130_Reg.msi

To learn more about Enterprise Architect 13 visit the release page:
www.sparxsystems.com/ea13

Oui. When installing a newer version of Enterprise Architect, any existing Enterprise Architect installation will automatically be uninstalled. As a workaround to run multiple parallel versions of EA on your system, copy the directory where EA is currently installed before upgrading.
Ensure that you create a copy of the existing EA directory before installing Enterprise Architect 13. On Windows, it is typically found at:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Sparx Systems\EA
Running the EA.exe from this copied directory will allow you to continue using your previous version of Enterprise Architect while having Enterprise Architect 13 as your 'primary' installation.

Read our Version Control whitepaper to learn best practice information in relation to version control in Enterprise Architect. For additional information, you may also refer to the Help Topic on using
Version Control.

Filtres de Diagramme

Les filtres de Diagramme sont disponibles pour tous les utilisateurs d’un modèle.

Oui. Les filtres de Diagramme peuvent être appliqués à n’importe quel type de diagramme dans Enterprise Architect.

Les filtres de Diagramme peuvent être appliqués à tous les diagrammes.

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