Create Custom Forms In 3 Steps For Your Business Analyst

You’ve created all your requirements classes and their respective attributes but the layout of the attributes on the form is not very user friendly. You may want to group related attributes or position required attributes towards the top of the form.b2ap3_thumbnail_UseCase_wCustomForm.PNG

So how do you change the layout so that it is easy to use, efficient, and facilitates good requirements authoring?

With custom form templates. Each database and project can have its own set of template files. A template file represents the custom layout for a single requirements class type, an entire project, or all projects.

Setting up the templates is easy as 1-2-3.

  1. Create your template directory
  2. Create your template file
  3. Enjoy!

So let’s get started.

 

Recent Comments
dmarcelo
Thanks for this! I know it was not the intent, but I also appreciated to Use Case example. I do need to capture Use Case Scenari... Read More
Monday, 30 March 2015 8:08 PM
Rose Wellman
You’re welcome. For your User Case Scenarios. Are you planning on re-using them with different Use Cases? In other words, relate t... Read More
Monday, 30 March 2015 9:09 PM
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