Once a specification is assigned to one or more components in your design, each requirement in that specification can be verified against each of those components. To see and edit the verifications, select “Verifications” within the specification as shown below.
Prior to verifying requirements, ensure that you have assigned a component to your specification. Click here to find out how.
Each requirement has a unique identifier and you can set statuses for the following:
- Verification Method: This is how you will verify the requirement set in the specification.
You can attach supporting documentation for “Test”, “Analysis” and “Review” in the “Closeout References” column.
For “Rules” you can automatically verify requirements by creating one or more logical rules which you can define. To do this:
- Select “Rules” in the “Verification Methods” column
- Click “+ Rule” in the “Closeout References” column
- Add your chosen rule e.g. requirement SPC-001-62 states that the mass of the spacecraft must not exceed 1200kg hence the verification rule is as shown below.
- The status of this verification will automatically update in the “Verification statuses”column
You can also add multiple verification methods.
2. Verification Status: Here you can keep a track of whether the requirement has been met, you can set the status to any of the options shown below.
3. Compliance: Set the compliance status of your requirement to any of the options shown below.
To edit visible columns in “Verifications”, click on the 3 vertical dots in the right hand side of the top row.