IBM Sustainability SW Engineering Lifecycle Management Course

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This course teaches experienced IBM Engineering Requirements Management DOORS users the basic principles of writing and applying DXL extension language to customize DOORS.


This course is for experienced DOORS users who want to customize IBM ENGINEERING REQUIREMENTS MANAGEMENT DOORS .

Skills Gained

Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:

  • Process projects, folders, modules, and objects
  • Process traceability
  • Process history
  • Process access rights
  • Process views and view settings
  • Create customized Attribute and Layout DXL
  • Create customized DOORS menus
  • Develop user interfaces


To benefit from this course, students should have the following skills or experience:

  • Previous knowledge of structured procedural programming, preferably in C
  • Proficiency in IBM Engineering Requirements Management DOORS


Process projects, folders, modules, and objectsProcess traceabilityProcess historyProcess access rightsProcess views and view settingsCreate customized Attribute and Layout DXLCreate customized DOORS menusDevelop user interfaces

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