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Welcome to the R4J - Requirements Management for JIRA documentation.

R4J is a native JIRA add-on and has been specifically developed to extend JIRA by the missing features of a professional enterprise grade requirements management solution. 

This guide describes how to use the R4J add-on. It provides step-by-step guidance to help you working with the add-on and its features.

Overview

R4J enables effortless requirements management right inside JIRA. 

Requirement management is a complex process but becomes much simpler and adaptive when accomplished using R4J. Whether your organisation is predominantly agile, following iterative or sequential methods, the aim of the effective requirements manager is to oversee the development process through to delivery and operation of the product to ensure that the baseline is what is delivered to the customer in a timely and cost effective manner.

Key attributes for a robust requirements management process which are covered by R4J:

  • Robust change control process
  • Organized documentation and version control
  • Requirements status tracking
  • Requirements tracing


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key Features of R4J are described below:
  • Folder Structures - Allows you to organise your requirements in a hierarchical folder structure.
  • Reading View - The reading view allows the display of requirements right inside their structural context.
  • Version Control - Detailed comparable history of changes to keep track of the evolution of your requirements

  • Baselines - Save a snapshot of your current data to keep track of your milestones and reviews

  • Artefact Reuse - Reduce time to market by reusing requirements from existing projects. We follow the reuse mantra –Save Effort, Save Time, Save Effort

  • Import & Export - Easy export and import of requirements to various formats for offline processing or sharing with external teams. 

  • Microsoft Excel Integration - Seamless integration to MS Excel

  • Traceability Matrix - Quick and easy view to visualise and analyse the complexity of relationships between items.

  • Coverage Analysis - Detect gaps in the coverage of your requirements across several layers of the hierarchy

  • Suspect Logic - Easily detect requirements that need a review when related items have been changed

     

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