List of features and bug fixes in this milestone 2 for the O release.
We just implemented a connection to Osseno’s requirements quality validation service. You now can run queries in YT which under the hood trigger this validation.
In the YT configuration editor, you now get a warning if you save a new data access with an empty configuration. Before, you had to trigger the validation manually, now it is triggered on save. (Of course, you only get this warning if the configuration is mandatory).
The DOORS adapter is now more robust when reading data that has been read from DOORS before and is cached in YT. If your DOORS cache was written by an older version of YT, it is ignored by newer versions. Instead, the data is read again from DOORS, not from the old cache.
We reduced the memory consumption for the export of query results.
The Rhapsody adapter now can extract the description of model elements.
When the DOORS adapter reads data from DOORS via DOORS' batch mode, YT starts several reads in parallel. The goal is to reduce the time spent for reading DOORS data. Unfortunately, the DOORS login mechanism in this case is buggy – when doing logins to DOORS in parallel, some of them fail. This is a severe bug in DOORS. As a workaround, we added a delay between logins.
For the YT configuration editor,