BCS Foundation in Business Change
18 June 2017
BCS Foundation in Business Change
18 June 2017

DOORS Quiz

Welcome to the DOORS quiz!

This is a quiz about the IBM Rational DOORS. You took the self-study programme and learnt a lot about the tool. We present you with 12 questions that check your knowledge on what you learnt.

Are you ready? Good luck!

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1. 

What is the difference between DOORS project and DOORS module?



2. 

Accidentaly you removed a colum with Priority information from the current view. Does this attribute have been deleted?



3. 

You opened a module containing system requirements. The current baseline of this module is current 1.2. You wanted to see the changes to requirements after baseline 1.1. Which baseline does contain these changes?



4. 

The object attributes Created by and Last Modified by are examples of what attribute type?



5. 

Is it necessary to baseline the DOORS module before its content is printed and distributed for a review?



6. 

Periodically you want to check whether changes have been made to requirements you link to. Which function of DOORS will help you to spot these changes?



7. 

What does the "Main column" mean in DOORS?



8. 

Assume you created a module with the following structure:


You want to create a new section under the Non-Functional Requirements related to reliability issues. To do this, you already selected the chapter 2.2 Non-Functional Requirements. Which DOORS command will help you to create  this new section?



9. 

How do you save the result of your query/filter?



10. 

Where can you find information on how an attribute of an object changed?



11. 

What shall you consider to set up properly before exporting your module to Excel?



12. 

Is it a good practice to mix Object Text and Object Heading together in one object?




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DOORS Quiz
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