Integrator is a requirement management and test web application. In this short presentation, I show how you can connect requirement extracted from pdf files to a powerfull test and validation framework.
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Requirements are largely taken from reference text in specification documents selected for a project.
So, Integrator let's you highlight official text in the pdf version of your specification and will keep this highlighted text as a reference throughout your project.
Two important benefits emerge from this approach:
In Integrator, you don't have to manage multiple specifications. You simply add them to your project. They are vaulted and revision controlled from the moment you upload them and you can focus on requirement highlighting and testing right from the start.
Requirements always remember from which document they have been extracted, so you don't have to be bothered with this aspect either, it is all internal and automatic. This is a great time saver if you ever had to manage documentation for a complex project (either manually or even with a version control software).
By uploading them to Integrator, you automaticaly benefit from all the features of a secured vault.
Integrator let's you simply upload them to your project. They are thus vaulted and revision controlled for the rest of the duration of your project.
The important part to remember is that, by providing a pdf version of all your specifications in Integrator, you will be given the opportunity to extract the requirements from the specification you uploaded and put them into Integrator.
A few benefits include:
An image is worth 1000 words, how true.
A screencast must be worth a 1000 images (actually, 7 minutes at 15 fps gives us 6300 images).
We decided to show you how to use Integrator with the help of screencasts, and this is the first one. Please take 7 minutes of your time to view this demonstration, it will certainly help you grasp part of the power of Integrator.