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How do you produce an XML document using DocFactory?

How do you produce an XML document using DocFactory?


How do you produce an XML document using DocFactory?


  • Product Name: CaliberRM
  • Product Version: 2006
  • Product Component: DocFactory
  • Platform/OS Version: All

To achieve this you will need to design a XML document with DocFactory tags. CaliberRM produces an XML formatted document when you click on any requirement. This XML file can be found in the following directory on your CaliberRM client machine (replace A_User with your user name).

C:\Documents and Settings\A_Users\Local Settings\Temp

The file name will be in the following format "~CRM2.xcr"

Below is a modified version of the XML document including DocFactory Tags.
XML tags are in Green and the DocFactory Tags are in Black.

See attached DocFactory Template (xml.dot)

Figure 1. Sample XML DocFactory Template

Xml Example 1

Additional DocFactory tags can be added to the template for specifying Projects, baselines and filtering requirements (see example below).

Figure 2. Partial XML DocFactory Template Sample with additional tags

XML Example 2

Related documents:

Old KB# 16270


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