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How JIRA can be used as Requirement management too?
Do we need any extra plugin to make JIRA as a requirement management tool?
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Jira can be made to manage all sorts of things.  I've certainly used it as a requirement management tool, and mostly without any plugins.  The plugins you +might+ need depend very much on what sort of requirement management workflows and information you need to work with.
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Thanks for ur reply,

I want to know how it will capture traceability in the requirements, if we are using it as a requirement management tool.
Please suggest us with good document how can we use it as requirement management tool.
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Hello,
I'm interest too in using it as a requirement management tool.

Who can give any hint in implementing it or share any experience about ?

Thanks in advance

Rob
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Re: JIRA as a requirement management tool

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If you need to manage requirements and tests
and relate them to jira issues
try to have a look here:

http://www.prismasw.it/ita/jite/indexEng.html
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Hello,
about JITE, I read in the technical sheets that it speaks about "Functional requirements management", but there are no details about this feature.
Can you explain it better ?

What type/level of  requirements management does the product have ?

Thanks
ciao

Rob
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Maybe this helps you http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/JIRA+Use+Cases

Cheers!
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Hi,
at the moment (in the beta version that will be released in few days)
you can link test to functional requirements, and have search/monitor facilities to see if all your requirements are covered by tests, and test creation shortcuts..

In the alpha version a lot of new features about technical writings, issues creation and requirements will be added.

This forum is not the right place to explain..
 
If you want more information  please
write
to
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Cheers

jite-staff
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Thanks Moises,
but at that link I did not find anything abouts JIRA & requirements management.

regards

Rob
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Can some one please send details on how to download "Jite" The link mentioned in one of the replies does not take to the download page

Thanks,
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Hi,
a downloadable version and documentation vill be available in few days.

If you mail to [hidden email] you will receive additional information
and you will be mailed as soon as the download is available.
 
Thanks for your interest

Cheers

jite-staff
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Hi,

as a solution to your demand we are proud to announce our new product which offers the management of requirements based on JIRA tickets.

On this site: it can be evaluated:

http://www.peak-solution.de/en/application-lifecycle-management/loesungen/perm-peak-resource-manager.html

With PeRM (Peak Requirements
Manager), Peak Solution offers
JIRA users a powerful plugin for
the professional management of
requirements. The easy-to-use
dialog interface enables
systematic administration and a
clear representation of
requirements in tree structures
and freely definable tables, as well
as allowing the user to specify
different detailed views for
individual requirements. To
provide a structure for more
extensive projects, requirements
can be divided into groups and
linked to one another.
Administration of the application is done entirely in JIRA: The projects are set up, access
authorization for various users is determined and attributes for the description of
requirements are defined. Generic access to JIRA is granted through the PeRM client via
WebServices on the basis of SOAP.
To supplement textual requirements with graphic UML models, as well as generating
specialist concepts and detailed specifications, the information from PeRM can be forwarded
via a standardized interface to the Enterprise Architect modeling tools of the company Sparx
Systems.
Overall, the low administrative effort and the straightforward licensing costs make PeRM a
solution that can be used quickly and simply, even by small project teams, to implement
professional requirement management.
Since all requirements are stored in the JIRA as a ticket, the solution also guarantees a
seamless transition from requirement management to task and release management. This
makes PeRM an important component in an integrated software lifecycle process.
A fully functional evaluation license for PeRM can be requested via the corresponding contact
form on the homepage of Peak Solution.
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I would like use Jira as RM tool, but, in my opinion, the "Requirement Management" concept should be detailed before answer this.

RM involves:

1. Capture
2. Analysis/Engineering
3. Collaboration
4. Traceability
5. Validation
6. Reporting
7. Baselines
8. ... (more?)

So, in my opinion Jira is not a very good tool for RM because:

1. Capture: Jira UI is quite customizable, so it's a good tool to capture information in a manual way through forms. But modern RM tools can import many document formats (mainly MS Word) allowing to capture requirements (issues) on them. Jira not. Well, you may use Confluence to view MS Word documents and relate issues from Confluence....

2. Analisys/Engineering: Jira does nothing. Of course, Jira is extensible and you may use some plugins for that. For example, you might use Gliffy for User Case diagrams.

3. Collaboration: Jira does it pretty well. Role based workflow, email integration (using a plugin), customizable UI,...

4. Traceability: Jira allows Issues to be related but it does not provides a powerful UI to explore those relationships (no matrix, no tree,...). Since Jira 4.x, complex queries can be answered using the new query feature.

5. Validation: You may create some sort of Issue to support test cases and relate them with requirements. Workflows may also help. But there is not much help for validation  out of the box.

6. Reporting: quite enough?

7. Baselines: are they supported? You may track the changes/history at issue level, but is it also possible at project level? And comparing two states of a project?

So, compared with some RM tools, Jira needs some 3rd party tools/plugins/integrations to do the same work (and partially achieve it).
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Pablo,

If you are looking for a dedicated RM tool that offers a seamless integration with JIRA be sure to take a look at Jama Contour: https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugin/details/9725

Feel free to email me if you have any question at jkuipers [at] jamasoftware [dot] com
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Try this one... seems more close to what you are saying..  https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugin/details/30899


forums-5 wrote
I would like use Jira as RM tool, but, in my opinion, the "Requirement Management" concept should be detailed before answer this.

RM involves:

1. Capture
2. Analysis/Engineering
3. Collaboration
4. Traceability
5. Validation
6. Reporting
7. Baselines
8. ... (more?)

So, in my opinion Jira is not a very good tool for RM because:

1. Capture: Jira UI is quite customizable, so it's a good tool to capture information in a manual way through forms. But modern RM tools can import many document formats (mainly MS Word) allowing to capture requirements (issues) on them. Jira not. Well, you may use Confluence to view MS Word documents and relate issues from Confluence....

2. Analisys/Engineering: Jira does nothing. Of course, Jira is extensible and you may use some plugins for that. For example, you might use Gliffy for User Case diagrams.

3. Collaboration: Jira does it pretty well. Role based workflow, email integration (using a plugin), customizable UI,...

4. Traceability: Jira allows Issues to be related but it does not provides a powerful UI to explore those relationships (no matrix, no tree,...). Since Jira 4.x, complex queries can be answered using the new query feature.

5. Validation: You may create some sort of Issue to support test cases and relate them with requirements. Workflows may also help. But there is not much help for validation  out of the box.

6. Reporting: quite enough?

7. Baselines: are they supported? You may track the changes/history at issue level, but is it also possible at project level? And comparing two states of a project?

So, compared with some RM tools, Jira needs some 3rd party tools/plugins/integrations to do the same work (and partially achieve it).
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Hi,

Thanks. I use my own solution. At the present I'm focused in writing the most flexible and powerful tool to manage document content. So I'm integrating the best available software to achieve that.

I've already written a piece of code to integrate Subversion as documentation repository, OpenOffice as document server, Flash as document viewer and Jira as document content management. It is finished and I'm waiting for the Jira plugin approval in order to officially publish it.

As I've a strong tech skill but not a marketing skill, I guess it will be ignored for a long time by the community :(, though really it is a nice piece of code able to convert Jira in the best place to manage requirements.

Pablo.
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The plugin is available in the Atlassian's Plugin Exchange Repository

https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugin/details/40618

Lots of enterprise features to manage requirements are available.

You will save a lot of money, time and headaches.
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