Verification settings

This is where you are able to predefine standard properties for the verification plan, verification outcomes and (when relevant) demonstration documents. Furthermore, you can define verification phases, which you will need to make a verification plan.

1. Navigate

The verification settings are located at the bottom of the navigation menu. Clicking on the verification settings will show you two headings, Standard properties and Verification phases.

Please note: Only visible for users with edit right for the verification plan.

2. Standard properties

Here you define standard properties for the verification plan, verification outcomes and demonstration documents.

Once you click on standard properties you will be faced with a dropdown menu. Here you will choose which part you want to set up. Click on the part that you want to set up. You can now add standard properties for this part by clicking on ‘add standard property’ in the table. This works the same way as the standard properties for the requirements and analysis. For more information on setting up a standard property click here …

Examples for standard properties are:
Verification plan: ‘To be performed by’, ‘Verification method’ and ‘Requested documentation’
Verification result: ‘Outcome’ and ‘Client approval’

3. Verification phases

Verification phases are time segments of a project in which verifications have to take place. In this part of the model you define these phases. Click on ‘add phase’ to add a phase. These phases will serve as the basis for setting up your verification plan and will therefore be shown in the verification table.

For example, concept design or developed design

Note: Without a verification phase you won’t be able to set up a verification plan, as there are no time segments to assign verifications to.

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