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|Operating system||Linux, Solaris, Windows|
|Available in||Brazilian Portuguese, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Russian, and English.|
Rational Dynamic Object Oriented Requirements System (DOORS) (formerly Telelogic DOORS) is a requirement management tool. It is a client–server application, with a Windows-only client and servers for Linux, Windows, and Solaris. There is also a web client, DOORS Web Access.
In order to complete its functionality, Rational DOORS has an open architecture that supports third-party plugins.
DOORS is designed to ease the requirements management process with a variety of features:
- The requirements database can be accessed with a web browser through Rational DOORS Web Access.
- Changes to requirements can be managed with either a simple predefined change proposal system or a more thorough, customizable change control workflow through integration to Rational change management solutions.
- With the Requirements Interchange Format, suppliers and development partners can be directly involved in the development process.
- Requirements to design items, test plans, test cases, and other requirements can be linked for easy and powerful traceability.
- Business users, marketing, suppliers, systems engineers, and business analysts can collaborate directly through requirements discussions.
- Testers can link requirements to test cases using the Test Tracking Toolkit for manual test environments.
- Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) can be used for specifications for requirements management, change management, and quality management to integrate with systems and software lifecycle tools.
- Can be integrated with other Rational tools, including Rational Team Concert, RationalQuality Manager, Rational DOORS Next Generation, Rational Rhapsody®, Jazz™ Reporting Service, and Rational System Architect, and also many third-party tools, providing a comprehensive traceability solution.
- DOORS Next (Generation) - also known as Jazz
- IBM's Rational Rhapsody
- List of requirements engineering tools
- Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration
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