Use aCIP® - In brief

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Start aCIP®

Start aCIP®, select database connection and enter your login credentials.

New model

Create a new model and lock it to a framework and a configuration.

New model

Select your new model.

Create your first elements

Right-click and select "Add new element"

Create your first elements

Select element type and give it a name.

Create your first elements

Congratulations, you now have a model with an element. Click the +-button...

Create your first elements

You are now in the details view. Here you can enter and edit the elements data content....

Create your first elements

... and create relations to other elements.

Create your first relations

Press the tab for the wanted relation type, "Chapters" in this case. Right-click in the opened relation view and select "Add new element".

Create your first relations

You can now create a new element that will automatically get related to the selected element to the left (SSMFS 2008:12). You can select between all element types that is allowed in this relation according to the framework, in this case only "Requirement collection".

Create your first relations

You have now created a new element of type “Requirement collection” and tied it to the existing element "SSMFS 2008:12" with the relation "Chapters". Note that the new element is immediately also shown under its own type header in the main view.

Create your first relations

Now open the detail view also for the newly added element and you can see that everything is connected! The two pairs of identical elements are off course the same element but shown in different contexts. The relation "Chapters" is called "Part of requirement document" in the opposite direction.

Create your first relations

By expanding the details view for "3 - Access control" you can directly edit its information content and relations. And so on...

Well done

It isn't harder than that!