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Moving requirements across types without delete permissions

Moving requirements across types without delete permissions

Is it possible to move requirements across requirement types without delete permissions being enabled in Caliber Administrator?

These instructions refer to creating the registry key in Caliber 11.4. There is now a 64-bit server component so check which version is installed and make the necessary changes in the right location:

32-bit Caliber Server

  1. On the server locate the following registry entry.

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Borland\CaliberRM\11.4\Server
     
  2. Add a new DWORD called "ByPassDelPrivilegeServOnMoveReq"
  3. Set the value of the DWORD to 1
  4. Restart the server for this key to take effect

64-bit Caliber Server

  1. On the server side locate the following registry entry

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Borland\CaliberRM\11.4\Server
     
  2. Add a new DWORD called ByPassDelPrivilegeServOnMoveReq
  3. Set the value of the DWORD to 1
  4. Restart the server for this key to take effect.

Client Machines

  1. On each client machine locate the following registry entry

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Borland\CaliberRM\11.4\Client
     
  2. Add a new DWORD called ByPassDelPrivilegeClientOnMoveReq
  3. Set the value to 1

Client machines do not need to be restarted but users will need to close and reopen the Author Client.

Once these changes have been made users will now be able to move requirements between requirement types which they have only the Access security level.

Old KB# 34346

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