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Is it possible to create requirements from an Excel spread sheet?

Is it possible to create requirements from an Excel spread sheet?

 
Prerequisites:
  1. CaliberRM SDK installed
  2. Microsoft Excel / Office installed
  3. Basic understanding of Object Orientated Programming and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)

The attached VBA MS Excel application creates new requirements. The app uses the headings of the Excel sheet to determine:

  • The Project
  • Requirement Type
  • Requirement Description
  • AttributesUDAs

Example of Spread Sheet

Depending on the requirement information functions are called from Module 1. This Module contains functions that update UDAs and requirement attributes

  • Set_date - UDA Date
  • Set_description - Requirement Description
  • Set_list_item - UDA Single Selection List
  • Set_msl - UDA Multiple Selection List
  • Set_priority - Priority
  • Set_status - Status
  • Set_text_line - UDA Single Text Line

Please note that the text in the excel spread sheet cells cannot contain quotes or any mathematical characters.

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