From a couple of weeks, we trying to find out a workaround how to write Requirements! We tried to achieve QMS! and pass audits! for that Reporting and Traceability at any level is the main thing.
We tried both ways by using JIRA and Confluence.
Method1 JIRA: One Project for only requirements and Created three Issue Types for Requirements High-Level Req, System Level Req (Epic) and Detail Req (Stories) then we created actual work to track with a different project where Epic and stories are in Sprints etc, other Artifacts in confluence
Method2 Confluence: Here all type of requirements be in only the confluence and used Requirements Yogi for unique ID and then linked those requirements by JIRA linking directing.
Any other way to achieve? advice needed!
I would consider keeping your artifacts in their own project in Jira. That way you can configure a workflow (with approvals, etc.) and have more dynamic reporting. I also prefer method #1 you mentioned here. Although, if I were to describe it, I would say:
High level, conceptual requirements = epic
System level req = issue (could be story)
detail req = issue (again, could be a story)
Then your devs do the actual work in subtasks for the issues, showing daily progress on the subtasks.
I would utlize the epic links to tie issues back to epics. This will make your epic a dynamic list that shows progress across the other projects where the reqs live.
I would need more information and context to provide a more in depth answer, but from your description I think this method would work efficiently.
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