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Improvement  Improvements or Updates on existing content.
Special  Specials, like discounts or trials
Announcement  Announcements that may be of Interest to you.
Bug Fix  Bug Fixes – even we make mistakes!

New White Paper: ISO 29148 Requirements Engineering

April 25, 2017
New Content

The ISO/EC/IEEE 29148 is the ISO standard on requirements engineering for software and systems engineering. It contains lots of useful information, but is a rather dry read. This free white paper summarizes its content, giving you a good idea of its content. Free Download >>

Updated Solution: Working with ReqIF Studio

April 20, 2017

The solution Working with ReqIF Studio has been revised significantly and now consists of 50 minutes of video and several pieces of related material. It systematically builds on the solution Open a ReqIF File for the First Time.

New Video on Requirements Engineering with ReqIF Studio

April 19, 2017
New Content

If you are using ReqIF Studio for your day-to-day requirements engineering (RE), then you should not miss this new premium lecture. It covers the basics of RE, and shows hot it is being applied with ReqIF Studio. It includes tailoring of the data model, process considerations, traceability and basic analysis. Watch now >>

New Video: Specifications in ReqIF Studio

April 18, 2017
New Content

In this new premium video lecture, you learn how to work with Specifications in ReqIF Studio. Besides creating, editing and typing, this lecture also describes printing and exporting them to a word processor. Watch now >>

ReqIF Studio 2.2.1 released (bug fix release)

April 12, 2017
Bug Fix

We just released ReqIF Studio 2.2.1, a minor release with a number of bug fixes. Most notable, we adjusted the feature for storing ReqIF properties outside the ReqIF file (since 2.2), primarily useful for working in a team environment. The update ensures that tool extensions from other tools are kept intact.

The auto-update should pick up the new release. Alternatively, download the latest ReqIF Studio.

A Reference on the ReqIF Header

April 7, 2017
New Content

A new reference on the ReqIF Header has been added to the library and is available for free. It describes the ReqIF Header and provides you with information on how to use it, and what to watch out for.


Improved Handbook Chapter on Preferences

April 3, 2017

The Chapter on Preferences has been significantly extended. In particular, the feature for storing setting in the ReqIF file (introduced in ReqIF Studio 2.2.0) has now been added as well.

New Video Lecture: Traceability with ReqIF Studio

March 27, 2017
New Content

Another video lecture has been added to the portfolio: This video lecture describes how links are created in ReqIF Studio, in order to create traceability between requirements. Links, or Traces, are called SpecRelations in ReqIF. This lecture explains how they are created, edited and customized. In particular, it explains how traceability can be used for analysis, like change management or visualizing a traceability matrix. Watch now >>

ReqIF Studio 2.2 released

March 15, 2017

Version 2.2 of ReqIF Studio just got released. It contains a new feature that allows the configuration for a specific ReqIF file to be written in a separate file, rather than the ReqIF file. This makes it easier to work in a team, when using a versioning system. Access it via Window | Preferences | ReqIF | Store settings in ReqIF file.

If you already have ReqIF Studio installed, the tool should notify you of the update (or check via Help | Check for Updates). Or download ReqIF Studio, if you have not done so yet – it's free.

New Template: All ReqIF Datatypes in One File

March 14, 2017
New Content

A new (free) template has been added to the library: ReqIFz-File with all 7 Datatypes. This file contains all datatypes preconfigured, as well as a SpecObjectType that has attributes for each datatpye. Get the template >>