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For information on creating rules with Text-to-software, see the Setting Up Rules with Text-to-software Help topic.

Setting Up Rules with Text-to-Software

You can create a rule using Text-to-software, but the rule will be empty. You will have to use Text-to-Software to edit the rule in order for it to take effect.

To create a rule using Text-to-software, you use the general format “[Name1] has a [component] named [Name2].” where [Name1] is the use case where you want the rule to appear, [component] is rule, and [Name2] is the name of the rule.

For example, to create a rule named “Hotel” in a use case named “Charlie”, you would write “Charlie has a rule named Hotel.”

NOTE! The use case must be already created in the Word doc, or already exist in the application.

TO CREATE A RULE
1. Write “[Name1] has a [component] named [Name2].” where [Name1] is the use case where you want the requirement to appear, [component] is requirement, and [Name2] is the name of the requirement.
2. After uploading, edit the rule in Text-to-Software by right-clicking the rule in the Software Lifecycle box and clicking Edit Rule.

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