Documents

Last modified on May 20th, 2022.


Innoslate's Documents feature automatically-suggested numbering on entity creation, automatically generated hierarchical relationships, hierarchical display with collapsible sections, inline entity editing, sort ascending/descending on any attribute column, customizable attribute columns, gap analysis indicators, and more.

Document Types

Innoslate provides several default templates, complete with guidelines and outline options, for capturing many different types of document artifacts. The most commonly used template is the Requirements Document. In addition, the following are other types of document templates available within Innoslate:

Innoslate users also have the ability to customize new document types using the Schema Editor.

Document Features

A Baselining capability is incorporated into all documents, providing the power to baseline a document, visualize what has changed since the last baseline, and view previously baselined versions of a document.

Innoslate enables requirements analysis by generating a quality score automatically for each requirement with the click of a button. The Quality Analysis feature will check your requirement against 9 different quality parameters (e.g., Clear and Complete) to determine a quality score accordingly. This provides a quick and efficient way to identify potential issues with requirements.

All requirements can be easily traced directly to the functional and physical elements of a model. Requirements reports are also available, including reports for verification, validation, and traceability.

Below is more information on how to use Documents in Innoslate:

Documents

Last modified on May 20th, 2022. 


Innoslate’s Documents feature automatically-suggested numbering on entity creation, automatically generated hierarchical relationships, hierarchical display with collapsible sections, inline entity editing, sort ascending/descending on any attribute column, customizable attribute columns, gap analysis indicators, and more.

Document Types

Innoslate provides several default templates, complete with guidelines and outline options, for capturing many different types of document artifacts. The most commonly used template is the Requirements Document. In addition, the following are other types of document templates available within Innoslate:

  • Concept of Operations Document
  • Independent Verification & Validation Plan Document
  • Integrated Logistics Support Plan Document
  • Project Management Plan Document
  • Standard Operating Procedure Document
  • Test Plan Document

Innoslate users also have the ability to customize new document types using the Schema Editor.

Document Features

A Baselining capability is incorporated into all documents, providing the power to baseline a document, visualize what has changed since the last baseline, and view previously baselined versions of a document.

Innoslate enables requirements analysis by generating a quality score automatically for each requirement with the click of a button. The Quality Analysis feature will check your requirement against 9 different quality parameters (e.g., Clear and Complete) to determine a quality score accordingly. This provides a quick and efficient way to identify potential issues with requirements.

All requirements can be easily traced directly to the functional and physical elements of a model. Requirements reports are also available, including reports for verification, validation, and traceability.

Below is more information on how to use Documents in Innoslate: