This is an overview video for Caliber Review.
Caliber Review is a new component that is part of the Caliber 11 suite. Caliber Review provides read only access to your Caliber database and does not require a license. User access is controlled via the Caliber Data server which means users can only see projects they are allowed access to.
Access to Caliber Review is done via a web browser. Supported browsers include Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox 4 or later and Chrome 18 or later. Adobe Flash Player 9.0.47 or later is also required. Caliber Review also supports the use of SSL.
Once you have logged into Caliber Review you will be presented with a list of projects you have access to. As I am logged in with an admin account I have access to all projects. If I were to log in with another account, you can see I can only access a certain number of projects.
(Log back in with admin account.)
If I click on a project you can see we are presented with the requirement tree, similar to the one shown in the Caliber Author. Expanding the requirement type will list all requirements part of the selected type. Selecting a requirement will display all available information regarding the requirement. This window can be resized to show more or less information. Requirement attributes are show on the right hand side as well as traceability.
It is also possible to create a discussion within Caliber Review which will be displayed within the Caliber Author. If I create the following discussion within Caliber Review, it will appear within the Caliber Author. If another users then responds to this, the responce will appear in Caliber Review.
It is also possible to search within Caliber Review using the requirement name, name and description or ID. Search results are displayed at the bottom of the search window. Caliber Review also allows users to access previous baselines.
In Caliber Review 11.1, it will be possible to make use of requirement grid filters that have been create by users. This update is expected around the end of March 2013.