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How do I export a project in Caliber DefineIT to CaliberRM?

How do I export a project in Caliber DefineIT to CaliberRM?

Problem:

How do I export a project in Caliber DefineIT to CaliberRM?

Resolution:


  • Product Name: Caliber DefineIT
  • Product Version: 2008
  • Product Component: Win32 Client
  • Platform/OS Version: Windows


There are 2 ways that you can export a project from CaliberIT to CaliberRM.

Using Export/Import to Microsoft Word

  1. In Caliber DefineIT export the project to MS Word using FILE | EXPORT.
  2. In CaliberRM using FILE|IMPORT and import the exported files from Step 1

Using the Synchronize Requirement method

Using this method, you can choose to synchronize the selected requirements in your project from Caliber DefineIT to CaliberRM. To do this:

  1. In Caliber DefineIT, open your project.
  2. Select your project
  3. Right click and choose SYNCHRONIZE REQUIREMENTS | MANAGE SOURCE

More information is available in the chapter called "Synchronizing Requirements" in the CaliberDefineIT.pdf.


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