Last week, I went to Israel with local team at customer site.
This was the first time I went to this country and It was very different from what I’ve expected. This is, let say, like an european country with nice road, nice people and nice customer too. I don’t see any police control or something like that. Sure, accessing the customer site was very safety and secure. Also a very big difference between arriving in Israel (normal custom control) and when leaving the country (at least 5 custom control) before joining the boarding room. 2h30 before flight is not so much when controls take nearly 1,5 hour.
Now, get back to RELM. During this workshop, we have planned to demonstrate the SSE solution (SSE stand for System and Software Engineering) with all the different rational application (RTC, RDM, DNG, RQM) and RELM. We have successfully demonstrate the whole scenario. During this scenario, we cover Chage Request, Impact Analysis, Identify Requirement to change and Model Element to update. Then the associated Test Case via the reconcile mechanism (between RQM and Doors), and then in Doors get the latest result.
After that we presents the RELM/RTC integration with the different feature of this integration (From RTC to RELM, modification in RELM, then send to RTC and finally the variability aspects.
This was for the second day. The first day, the local team, customer and me synchronize the different env in order to be aligned after the workshop. All was nearly running fine as part of some minor problem (like certificate expiration on my machine).
The 3rd day, I present the Doors Next Generation features. Then we had 2 remote session with VVC for DNG and after lunch, RDM and integration between RDM and DNG. We finally close the day with planning the 4th day.
After that, we made a short visit in the town of Akko .
The last day, in a running installation, we finish to configure the environnment with the AMR sample data in RDM, then create the corresponding Lifecycle projects in different application with this models. The main benefit of creating a lifecycle project is that all relation between application are made automatically. In a second step, we manage in LQE the different data source, and for each application, we tested the queries. In a 3rd step, I validate the RELM/RTC integration.
For each application, we managed to set new link to some other applications artifacts.
All of the different step, here explained (from the last day) will be illustrated in some future video.