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Requirements Checklist

Getting to know the Requirements Checklist

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Description

Introducing the Requirements Checklist

The Requirement Checklist is a convenient element that acts as a tally to indicate whether a Requirement complies with a set of predefined measures such as whether the Requirement is Atomic, Cohesive, Traceable and Verifiable. It can be assigned to any Requirement and the measures can be updated directly in the diagram. When working with requirements it is sometimes very useful to refer to a common set of 'best practices' and qualities that help define the nature of a well formed specification. The Requirement Checklist element is designed to meet this need.

Example Requirements Checklist element created in Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect.

Where to find the Requirements Checklist

Toolbox : Search to display the 'Find Toolbox Item' dialog and specify 'Requirements Checklist'

Usage of the Requirements Checklist

Analysts and Requirements Managers can use the checklist to annotate whether one or more requirements meet a set of predefined checks.

Options for the Requirements Checklist

The list of measures is completely configurable and items can be added or removed from the list for each individual checklist by using the Checklist Tagged Value notes.

Definition of the Requirements checklist modeled in Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect.

Learn more about the Requirements Checklist

Requirements Checklist