Following the documentation of the Requirement VP, I faced a difficulty while trying to edit one attribute of my req.
I started from scratch, creating my requirement modules directly into my Capella model.
I defined the ReqType with their attributes ( basic types for attributes where not available, so I have created a basic type ‘String’ ). Req1 was associated to ReqType1, with the attribute ‘Level’ of type ‘String’.
However, I couldn’t find how to edit the Level Field of Req1 in the Mass Editing view. The selection of columns that is offered by Capella never provide a ‘Level’ colums which I can modify.
Thinking that it was because of the type of the attribute, I tried again with an Enum type that I defined in my model. with no more result.
I think that I am missing a step here : how can make that column appear in the mass editing view ?
Do you have an example of well-formed attributes requirements coming from a ReqIf import, that you could use as a model to investigate your issue?
If not, you can try I attached hereunder.
I don’t know which version of Capella you are using, but I know some improvements have been brought to the very last version of the add-on (which works with Capella 1.3.1).
I just did a small check and was able to get a mass edit view (see attached image)
In the Type Folder, you shall create a ‘Data Type Definition’ ‘String’
In ReqType1, a new ‘Attribute Definition’ ‘Level’, with a ‘Data Type’ towards the ‘String’
In a Requirement, ‘Type’ it by ReqType1
Now, send the requirement to Mass Edition view, and Level shall appears.
Notice that this only work on Capella 1.3.1 with Requirements viewpoint 0.10.1
Hello Stephane and Philippe,
I made a few tet with your reqif files on the 1.3.0 version, without success…
However, it worked perfectly with the 1.3.1 version. I guess it is time to migrate all my projects !
Thanks for the help !