Description will show the item's description content, if there is any. Description is set to display, by default.
Known limitation: Only jpg and png images are shown in the current version.
Properties will display the item's properties.
Attributes will display the item's attributes.
Traceability will show potential traceability between the item and other items. An Architect can define which parts are traceability parts. There are three patterns for traceability:
1. Direct traceability: traceability through parts
2. Mapping: where mapping items points to which items are traced to which items. Note that the mapping item should be under the selected item in order to be shown in the view. The tag SupportingParts could be used to include the path to the mapping items without that path being displayed in the view.
3. Anchor: when multiple items are pointing to the same anchor item, the items are assumed to be traced.
Connections will display if the item has a connection with other items. There are three connection models included in the view:
Organizing parts enables the user to see items that are purely organizational or to hide them. These parts can be set up by an architect. An example for such items are requirement containers.
Attachments will display information about the item's attachments, if there are any.