|SPM03 - Supporting Tender-Relevant Tailoring|
LPM03 - Ausschreibungsrelevantes Tailoring unterstützen
Activity types of the internal V-Model structure can be deleted, independent of the deletion conditions. This function is referred to as "unguided tailoring".
|SPM03.I.1||Granularity||The exchange of control parameters with SWFM01 - Workflow Management is possible for individual closed function packages of the tool by means of a disclosed, documented interface.|
|SPM03.I.2||Output interface to SWFM01 - Workflow Management||It is possible to transmit project-specific V-Models via the object management without further transformation to SWFM01 for the workflow management.|
|SPM03.I.3||Output interface to SPM04 - Supporting Planning of the Project Realization||It is possible to transmit project-specific V-Models via the object management without further transformation to SPM04 in order to generate project realization plans.|
|SPM03.I.4||Output interface to SPM05 - Supporting Cost Estimation||It is possible to transmit project-specific V-Models via the object management without further transformation to SPM05 in order to be used for the cost estimation.|
|SPM03.F.1||Mapping the V-Model|
|SPM03.F.1.1||Loading the V-Model||
It is possible to load the internal V-Model structure.|
The internal V-Model structure contains the activity types, the product types and the relationships between activity types and product types.
|SPM03.F.1.2||Contractual deletion conditions||It is possible to load the contractual deletion conditions.|
|SPM03.F.1.3||Technical deletion conditions||It is possible to load the technical deletion conditions.|
|SPM03.F.1.4||Loading the V-Model text||It is possible to load the V-Model text, in particular the activity and product descriptions.|
|SPM03.F.2||Generation of a project-specific V-Model|
|SPM03.F.2.1||Sequentially||Deletion conditions are sequentially answered by the user on screen.|
|SPM03.F.2.2||New answers||It is possible to return to already answered questions and to newly answer them.|
|SPM03.F.2.3||Only relevant questions||Questions that have been answered indirectly on the basis of a previous answer are no longer displayed.|
After having walked through all project criteria in question, a Tailoring proposal is generated. |
Depending on the answers in the deletion conditions, certain activity types and possibly product types of the internal structure are already deleted in this proposal (or the product chapter is marked as "not relevant").
|SPM03.F.3||Deletion of activity types|
|SPM03.F.3.1||Technical deletion conditions||It is possible to define technical deletion conditions by which the realization of an activity is controlled.|
|SPM03.F.3.2||Deletion of product types||
When deleting an activity type the product type resulting from this activity is automatically deleted or else the product chapter in question is marked as "not relevant".|
It is also possible that several product types or product chapters are affected by the deletion.
|SPM03.F.3.3||Deletion of (sub-) activity type||After all subactivity types of a (sub-) activity type have been deleted, the (sub-) activity type will also be deleted.|
|SPM03.F.3.4||Automatic deletion of subactivity types||If an activity type is deleted, all its (optionally nested) subactivity types will be deleted as well.|
|SPM03.F.3.5||Deletion of product type||If an activity type is deleted, the generated product type is only deleted as well if the product is completely generated by this activity type.|
|SPM03.F.3.6||Explicit deletion of activity types||It is possible to delete activity types, independent of any deletion conditions.|
|SPM03.F.4||Deletion of product types|
|SPM03.F.4.1||Deletion of (sub-) product type||After all subproduct types of a (sub-) product type have been deleted, the (sub-) product type will also be deleted.|
|SPM03.F.4.2||Automatic deletion of subproduct types||If a product type is deleted, all its (optionally nested) subproduct types will be deleted as well.|
|SPM03.F.5||Changing activity descriptions|
|SPM03.F.5.1||Deletions||It is possible to delete non-applicable passages of the activity description.|
|SPM03.F.5.2||Adjustments||It is possible to modify the wording of the activity description.|
|SPM03.F.5.3||Application information||It is possible to add application information important for the course of the project to the activity description.|
The activity descriptions in the general V-Model consist of passages that can be modified and of passages that must not be changed.|
If a user attempts to modify a passage that must not be changed a message is displayed informing the user of this fact and the modification is not executed.
|SPM03.F.5.4.2||Marking changeable passages||All text passages that can be changed have been marked.|
|SPM03.F.5.5||Marking changed passages||Changed text passages of activity description are automatically optically marked. Such a marking might be realized by using another font.|
|SPM03.F.6||Storing and administering the V-Model|
|SPM03.F.6.1||Development database||The general V-Model is stored in the development database.|
It is possible to administrate several project-specific V-Models simultaneously.
This way, several projects can be handled simultaneously.
|SPM03.O.1||Upward compatibility||It must be possible to process objects generated with an older release of the tool with the later release of that tool, without loss of information and functionality.|
|SPM03.O.2||Procedural command language||The tool has a procedural command language that can be applied by the user to generate and run macros or procedures.|
|SPM03.O.3||Complexity||There is no limitation of the complexity caused by the tool itself.|
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