With objectiF RM, you have the option of adding your own artifacts and relationships to the data model. To do this, you create a suitable form for each new artifact type, with which the artifacts can then be created and edited. This enables you to create dialogs with varying input fields and use them context-specifically.
Create user-defined artifact types
If you miss elements in your project that you need, you can define new artifact types. You work with these artifacts in the same way as you work with the artifacts the tool brings with it. You can create revisions and variants, display the history, and define evaluations. You can share them, generate documents in your MS Word and exchange them between projects.
Create user-defined artifact relationships
In most cases, you also need artifact relationships to create relationships to existing elements. Like artifacts, you must create these artifact relationships.
If you have created new artifacts, you must create at least one form so that the artifacts can be created in a project.
Create state machines
If you have created artifacts, artifact relationships, and forms, it makes sense to map the workflow using a state machine so that you can set the state later in the project, for example.