I would like to see a find and replace function implemented.
Ideally you should be able to:
1. Find and replace one string with another string in the current requirement.
2. Find and replace one string with another string in all requirements.
3. Find and replace one string with another string in all requirements matching a filter.
4. Find and replace function should work on requirement title, description and text UDFs.
5. The "find" term should support wild cards.2 votes
This would add great value to the product but the functionality would have to be exercised with care since some bulk search/replace functions can have unintended consequences. We will look at how we can provide more capabilities in this regard; possibly in a phased approach.
Organize the Requirement Tree in a parent/child relationship as needed.(I.E. Parent may be Release, phase, product, organization etc.) Make the Requirement an attribute. Include visual icons to designate the type.4 votes
We realize the value of organizing requirements of different types together. Normally a type is differentiated by the following criteria:
1. Security – who can access the object and it’s attributes.
2. Attributes – does the object have distinctly different attributes?
3. Traceability – does this object have a need to trace to one or more other objects.
With this in mind, you can certainly define your requirements as one object type and use attributes to determine breakdown types such as “Functional” or “Non-Functional” and further break those down with another attribute.
We are looking at ways to better organize requirements and appreciate your feedback.
Update CaliberRM default functionality to 'Soft Delete' requirements to a recycle bin rather than 'hard deleting' requirements, which completely removes the object from the database without any change history.3 votes
There is a definite need for rollback features such as a Recycle Bin and an Undo capability. In addition, we need to provide a better way to undelete information that was deleted by mistake.
Folks have a tendency to create global filters that aren't really used globally, how can they be deleted?
Also, for filters, if there was a way to create them and have them appropriate for MY PROJECT, without having to always put that in the filter. (make it a checkbox or something outside the filtering mechanism.)3 votes
We are looking at ways to improve the filter experience. There seems to be a need for three types of filters:
1. Individual filters.
2. Project filters.
3. Global filters.
Global filters would need to have context to the project that you are in and the goal should be to create standard filters that can be reused across projects to help promote consistency in both processes and resulting work products.
The current search/filters work differently depending on if using the server filter versus the local filter. For example, to search for a user by the server filter you are required to use a USER ID, which is sometimes not very intuitive. The local filter instead uses a user name, I'd rather have that option at all times.1 vote
We will let you know when this is in the planning phase.
Have the admin ability (sys admin) to delete locked baselines, inactivate them or hide them in the very least
As a Caliber System admin, I'd like to be able to delete LOCKED baselines. Either inactivate them, archieve them, or delete them. The ultimate goal would be to take them out of the available dropdown.
So if we have to add a mask function to the admin suite, so that baselines won't appear in the dropdown, that would be fine.1 vote
This capability is targeted for our Caliber 11.1 release at the end of May 2013.
Persist CaliberRM data in a relational database34 votes
Caliber 11.4 (12/1/2014) provides an integration with Borland Connect that provides a user-defined sync with the Borland CM Hub. This allows access to the data in a relational database.
Ability to take Caliber project "offline", make changes and resync with server15 votes
Please contact the Caliber support team for information on how to download and use the Caliber offline utility. We continue to make improvements based on your feedback.
Provide full web based requirements editing14 votes
Editing of Caliber via web will be available in Atlas 1.0 which will be available on 1/7/2014. Existing caliber customers can use this in parallel with their existing Caliber installation. More information will be provided as we get closer to the launch date.
Provide ability to delete projects / data from CaliberRM database17 votes
Contact the Caliber Support team for improved utilities and scripts to assist with maintaining your database.
Update the requirement grid to provide ability to only show leaf nodes5 votes
Display mapped / shared requirements differently in requirements tree2 votes
CaliberRDM localization for French9 votes
After we complete some more global localization, we will have the ability to localize in French. Still being worked on and still under review.
Allow non-admin users to interact with RDM objects3 votes
Not really RDM but overall RM & RDM assets will be seen through the Web and Mobile viewers.
Provide folders for organization of visualizations in CaliberRDM4 votes
Update CaliberRM sample projects to be more current6 votes
Caliber 11.1 introduced a more complete export/import that includes visualizations. We will be looking to provide more robust and full sample projects in the near future.
We continue to update the content with each new release of Caliber.
Replace main UI toolbar / menu with ribbon bar2 votes
Provide UML import to create visualizations3 votes
Provide UML export from visualizations3 votes
Provide search and replace in CaliberRM tree3 votes
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