Release Notes ReqSuite® 2.6

ReqSuite® 2.6 offers the following new features and functions

Enterprise Architect Interface (beta)

In ReqSuite® 2.6, the possibility was created to automatically synchronize text information or text-based requirements from ReqSuite® with UML diagrams within the Enterprise Architect modeling tool from Sparx. For this purpose, a plugin was developed for EA that transforms data from ReqSuite® into UML diagrams and reflects manual extensions or changes to the models back into ReqSuite® as changes. Currently supported are class diagrams, component diagrams, distribution diagrams, state transition diagrams, application case diagrams and BPMN process diagrams with the respective base elements.

Baseline Comparison

In addition to a document based baseline comparison, which has already been part of ReqSuite® for some time, there is now also the possibility of a tabular comparison of changes between different baselines. This makes it easier and faster to track changes directly in the application and also to detect changes that are not part of a document.

Live Synchronization

The interfaces to JIRA and TFS have been extended to include automatic synchronization on every change. Unlike before, it is therefore possible to trigger an exchange without explicit synchronization steps or the creation of baselines.

Auto Complete

To make entering content faster and more consistent, ReqSuite® now also offers auto-completion for input fields. It suggests both existing formulations and similar formulations that might make sense in the given context.

Text Replacement

From now on, it is possible to replace texts throughout the project with a single click. This is useful, for example, if certain terms are to be renamed or used uniformly in a project.

Usability Optimizations

Version 2.6 also features some improvements in performance, stability and usability. This ensures that our customers can always work with the latest requirements management tool.

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Sebastian Adam

Dr. Sebastian Adam is Managing Director of OSSENO Software GmbH and responsible for product innovation and marketing. Before joining OSSENO, he worked for 10 years as a consultant, scientist and team leader for requirements engineering at the Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering (IESE). Dr. Adam has assisted several dozen companies and has best practices in the introduction and implementation of requirements engineering across all industries.