Configure aCIP® - In brief

  • Framework - Define element types
    TypeID Name Icon
    2010 Requirement document
    2020 Requirement collection
    2030 Requirement
  • Framework - Define relation types
    TypeID Name
    90 RequirementDocumentSplitsTo
    100 RequirementCollectionBreaksDownTo
    110 RequirementFulfilledBy
  • Framework - Define how element types can relate (element relation matrix)
    Relation Endpoint Endpoint element type
    RequirementDocumentSplitsTo Source Requirement document
    RequirementDocumentSplitsTo Target Requirement collection
    RequirementCollectionBreaksDownTo Source Requirement collection
    RequirementCollectionBreaksDownTo Target Requirement
  • Configuration - Define field alternative lists
    ListName EntryValue EntryName Color
    Fulfillment 0 Not set
    Fulfillment 1 Unknown
    Fulfillment 2 None
    Fulfillment 2 Partly
    Fulfillment 2 Fully
  • Configuration - Define data fields and relation tabs for each element type
    ElementType Category DbColumn RelationType FriendlyName FieldAlternativeList DataFormatString
    Requirement DataField CxxString01 Code
    Requirement DataField CxxString02 Name
    Requirement DataField CxxBigInt01 Fulfilled Fulfillment
    Requirement DataField CxxDateTime01 Valid from yyyy-mm-dd
    Requirement RelationTab RequirementCollectionBreaksDownTo Collection
    Requirement RelationTab RequirementFulfilledBy Fulfilled by
    Requirement RelationTab HasIssues Issues
  • Configuration - Set a few other things if you like
  • Compilation of framework and configuration
    If you have aCIP®® Developer Edition, do it yourself. If not mail it to us for error check and compilation.
  • Load framework and configuration to aCIP®
  • Now, time to use aCIP®
    How to use aCIP®