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Creating a requirement on a requirement diagram (SysML)
This topic provides information for creating a requirement through a Requirement Diagram. For information about creating Requirements through a Modeler pane or any diagram, click here.
For information about creating a Requirement Extension (a Design Constraint, Extended Requirement, Functional Requirement, Interface Requirement, Performance Requirement or Physical Requirement), see the Related Topics.
To create a requirement on a requirement diagram:
1. If required, set up the default name and the number of digits to use for new requirements. How?
2. In Modeler, open the Requirement Diagram.
3. On the diagram's toolbar, click the Requirement button, and then click in free space on the Requirement diagram.
4. Type the name of the Requirement, and then press the Enter key.
5. On the Requirement's Property Pages, click the Text tab, and then from the drop-down list select Description.
6. Type the text of the Requirement in the Description property.
7. To specify the id# property of the Requirement:
a. Click the Requirement tab.
b. Select the id# entry, and then click the Properties button.
c. Type the value, and then close the text window.