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Ssan (2) [Avatar] Offline
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I am looking for a formal requirements software tool that is based on Microsoft TFS and does not have its own database (I don't want to manage two database and application servers). I have found few tools like IBM Doors and Borland Caliber but they both have their own database. I think it would be best to have only one application server and one database server - ie Team Foundation Server. Any ideas?
santhesuper (1) [Avatar] Offline
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Re: Need Suggestions For a Good Formal Requirements Tool
We are using InteGREAT that based on the requirements you mentioned (based on Microsoft TFS and does not have its own database). Though I personally feel that it is not much difficult to manage multiple database, but if you think you might have some problem in that it is good tool check.

It also covers agile development model and you can watch its demo from following URL:

http://edevtech.com/videos/Features/Agile/Agile_Model.htm