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Released: Atlas 4.1

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Borland proudly announces the general availability of Atlas 4.1! If you already use Atlas and you have a maintenance contract, you can upgrade to Atlas 4.1 for free.

Borland Atlas is a central platform for gathering and delivering requirements. New features and improvements mean Atlas now offers even more flexibility to help teams collaborate efficiently and stay in sync. Business as well as Agile teams can clearly see a real-time status of their software delivery life-cycle. Respond faster to market demands with Atlas' new Agile requirements management features.


Time Machine Available from More Perspectives

Time Machine is now available in all perspectives, except Home.

Time Machine Performance Enhancements

Various enhancements to Time Machine improves the performance. For example: a shared Web cache is enabled across the application, allowing faster load times.

Ability to Generate Reports Based on Time Machine

While in a Time Machine view, you can now generate a report based on the view.

Access to Reports from All Perspectives

Reports are now accessible from any perspective.

Plan Review Comparison Report

Plan Review reports now have the option to create a comparison to Time Label states created in the Time Machine. The report notes items added, items modified, and items deleted. The index notes areas that are modified or unchanged, giving you a quick glance and access to the areas that most interest you.

Directional Flow in Relationship Diagram

Relationship Diagrams are organized by To and From relationships. When you select a requirement and view the Relationships Diagram, requirements linking to the requirement display on the left of the diagram flowing to the selected requirement. Whereas, requirements linking from the selected requirement display to the right flowing away from the requirement.

Visual Indicators in Relationship Diagram

Relationship Diagrams have indicators to help determine relationship and status at a glance.

• Orange lines indicate a relationship with an external project.
• Gray lines indicate a relationship within the project.
• Solid lines indicate a normal status.
• Dashed lines indicate a deferred or suspect status.

Additionally, if you hover over the connecting lines, status details appear.

Filter Relationship Diagram

You can filter the Relationship Diagram to display relationships based on Relationship Type and Relationship Status.

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