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PTC Integrity Modeler - Functional Simulation
Navigating the Web Interface
  • Navigating the Web Interface

  • PTC Integrity
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  • 1399 Views
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  • Introductory Level
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  • Cara Scott
  • Along with the traditional graphical user interface, Integrity provides a Web interface that displays in a Web browser. Review the main components and functionality of the Integrity Web interface.
Navigating the Client GUI
Verifying Defects
Resolving Defects
Creating a Test Session
Using Test Groups
Updating Test Objectives
Defining Test Objectives
Creating a Test Plan
Creating a Test Suite
Source Trace Viewer
  • Source Trace Viewer

  • PTC Integrity
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  • 320 Views
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  • Intermediate Level
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  • Cara Scott
  • The Source Trace Viewer enables you to view all the items that have traces to the same configuration management member revision. Learn to create a Source Trace between a requirement and source code.
Using Reference Mode
Branching
  • Branching

  • PTC Integrity
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  • 480 Views
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  • Intermediate Level
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  • Cara Scott
  • Branching is a method of reusing existing documents or content as starting points for future work. Learn to branch a document and copy content from the original document to a new release.
Adding Content
  • Adding Content

  • PTC Integrity
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  • 270 Views
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  • Introductory Level
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  • Cara Scott
  • You can add content to a document by inserting individual content into a row or by inserting a document into another document. Learn to add requirements to a requirement document
Creating a Document
  • Creating a Document

  • PTC Integrity
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  • 425 Views
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  • Introductory Level
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  • Cara Scott
  • Top-level documents hold the project and document priorities that are applied for all of its content, including individual content items and subdocuments. Learn to create a new requirement document (root) ... (Show more)
Creating Reports
  • Creating Reports

  • PTC Integrity
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  • 388 Views
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  • Introductory Level
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  • Cara Scott
  • A report is a summary of data based on existing queries. Learn how to create a report from a list of change requests, grouped by priority.
Creating a Named Query
Working with Rich Content
Creating an Item