Is there a Matlab command to change the custom attributes for requirements like status from the default Unset, so that I don't always have to do this manually via the editor?

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I would like to automatically unlock, change and unlock the user-defined attributes such as the status of the requirement.
Is there a Matlab command for a script-controlled execution (with different commands)?
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Katharina Fast
Katharina Fast on 13 May 2022
It is generally about the tool Matlab/ Simulink Requirements and Matlab Testing.
The ReqIF data format is available for the exchange of requirements.
This can be imported into Matlab and then the requirements can be linked with Simulink blocks. Tests can also be linked to the requirements.
Importing also provides data points that Matlab does not have and thus stores them as custum attributes.
After they have been manually unlocked, they can also be provided with values or information via a script.
However, since I would like to do the unlocking manually, I am asking for a command that makes this possible.

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Pat Canny
Pat Canny on 13 May 2022
Thank you for your question!
You can use the unlock method to start, along with setAttribute.
% Load a requirement set file
rs = slreq.load('C:\MATLAB\My_Requirement_Set_1.slreqx');
% Find all referenced requirements in the requirement set
allRefs = find(rs, 'Type', 'Reference')
allRefs =
1×73 Reference array with properties:
Id
CustomId
Artifact
ArtifactId
Domain
UpdatedOn
CreatedOn
CreatedBy
ModifiedBy
IsLocked
Summary
Description
Rationale
Keywords
Type
SID
FileRevision
ModifiedOn
Dirty
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% Unlock a referenced requirement
unlock(allRefs(25))

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