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oaimac Absent Member.
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requirement subcategory

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Hello,

Inside Caliber, is it possible to have subcategories of requirement ?

For exemple: 

- Functional requirement (type of requirement)

--- Suitabilty (subcategory of requirement)

------ requirement1

------ requirement2

--- Security (subcategory of requirement)

Thanks,

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Conor Cassidy Absent Member.
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RE: requirement subcategory

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Apologies as I misunderstood your question.

It is not possible to have nested requirement types within other requirement types.

This is as designed and only a requirement may be created within a requirement type.

Regards,

Conor

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Conor Cassidy
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Conor Cassidy Absent Member.
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RE: requirement subcategory

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Yes this would be possible. The easiest way would be as follows.

Functional Requirement  -

right click and create child to create "Suitability "

Right click once more on "Functional Requirement" and create child. This will create Security.

Suitability --->

right click "Suitability " and create child requirement to create requirement 1 and 2.

They should be lined out correctly and in the correct order. They can be clicked and dragged and moved position within the requirements tree also if needed.

I hope this answers your query.

Regards

Conor

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Conor Cassidy
Product Support Engineer
Microfocus

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oaimac Absent Member.
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RE: requirement subcategory

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This solution means that a subcategory is managed as a requirement, which is not what I need.

A subcategory should be managed as a category (requirement type), with its properties, tabs, ...

The properties of a requirement cannot fit with the properties of a subcategory.

Regards,

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Conor Cassidy Absent Member.
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RE: requirement subcategory

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Apologies as I misunderstood your question.

It is not possible to have nested requirement types within other requirement types.

This is as designed and only a requirement may be created within a requirement type.

Regards,

Conor

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Conor Cassidy
Product Support Engineer
Microfocus

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