Registration of Problems Identified During the Analysis

I received an interesting question by e-mail:

According to your knowledge, is there an object in EA that would be best suited for registering problems identified during business or system analysis (AS-IS)? I mean an object in which the parameters of the problem identified during the workshop would be registered, e.g. name, description, connection to the process, cause of occurrence, etc., and after registration it would be easy to export all registered problems in the form of a table to RTF , using the previously prepared template?

I have one answer. This is the place in Enterprise Architect that allows you to register such elements. This space is the property of each of the Maintenance elements.

In this element you can save, and I do it routinely: glitches, defects, problems, and planned tasks.

Each project team can define its application of the specified tabs.

The important thing is that among the templates we have a maintenance template that allows you to generate a report from the above elements.

I use the maintenance property not only when analyzing business processes but also when analyzing requirements and designing information systems.

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