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Color Coded Requirements Status

The status of a requirement is an important property for project managers and other team members. Enterprise Architect provides a way to display the status of each requirement as a color code in a diagram. The color codes act as a compelling visual cue, allowing team members and other stakeholders to get a quick view of the status of a set of requirements. The color codes are pre-configured in Enterprise Architect but can be customized to suit any team, including deleting or adding additional codes and changing the color of existing ones. The default color codes are:

  • Yellow for Proposed
  • Blue for Approved
  • Green for Validated
  • Orange for Mandatory
  • Black for Implemented

A modeler can choose whether to display the color codes for diagrams in a repository, by changing this setting in the Options window.

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Start > Workspace > Preferences > Preferences > Objects > Show status colors on diagrams

Enable color coded requirements

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Select the 'Show status colors on diagrams' checkbox to enable the status of requirements to be represented by color coding in a diagram.

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