To define custom requirement and link types in addition to the built-in requirement and link types described in Requirement Types and Link Types, you customize your Simulink® user interface by registering a Simulink customization. For more information, Registering Customizations.
In this example, you define custom requirement and link types by creating an
sl_customization.m file in the current working folder. The
sl_customization.m file creates a custom requirement type
called Heading and two custom link types called
Satisfy and Solve.
You can define custom requirement and link types to exclude requirements from
contributing to the Implementation and Verification status metrics as shown in this code
function sl_customization(cm) cObj = cm.SimulinkRequirementsCustomizer; cObj.addCustomRequirementType('Heading', slreq.custom.RequirementType.Container, ... 'Headings of functional requirements') cObj.addCustomLinkType('Satisfy', slreq.custom.LinkType.Verify, 'Satisfies', ... 'Satisfied by', 'Links to Verification objects') cObj.addCustomLinkType('Solve', slreq.custom.LinkType.Implement, 'Solves', ... 'Solved by', 'Description') end
The Heading custom requirement type is defined as a subtype of the built-in Container requirement type. Heading requirements do not contribute to the Implementation status metric. All Functional requirements that are grouped under them do.
The Satisfy custom link type comprises a source and destination artifact: Satisfies and Satisfied by. It is defined as a subtype of the Verifies/Verified by built-in link type. All Satisfies/Satisfied by requirement links contribute to the Verification status metric.
The Solve custom link type comprises a source and destination artifact: Solves and Solved by. It is defined as a subtype of the Implements/Implemented by built-in link type. All Solves/Solved by requirement links contribute to the Implementation status metric.
You can select the custom requirement or link type from the Requirements Editor. To select the custom requirement type, click Show Requirements and select a requirement. In the Details pane, under Properties, select the custom requirement type from the Type drop-down list.
To select the custom link type, click Show Links and select a link. In the Details pane, under Properties, select the custom link type from the Type drop-down list.