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73:custom_reference_models [2019/04/02 18:42]
Erich Meier
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 Typically a process has to comply only with a specific section of a reference model. For example, a project management process only needs to comply with the Project Planning, Project Monitoring & Control, and Integrated Project Management process areas of the CMMI-DEV standard. Therefore the reference models are normally broken down into **Scopes**, which contain a subset of all reference model requirements. Typically a process has to comply only with a specific section of a reference model. For example, a project management process only needs to comply with the Project Planning, Project Monitoring & Control, and Integrated Project Management process areas of the CMMI-DEV standard. Therefore the reference models are normally broken down into **Scopes**, which contain a subset of all reference model requirements.
  
-To define the scopes for a new reference model, use ''​Management > Compliance''​ and switch to the ''​Scopes''​ tab. It is only visible if the process kind of the current workspace is set to Reference Model (see above). You can create and delete scopes and add reference model elements to them.+To define the scopes for a new reference model, use ''​Management > Compliance''​ and switch to the ''​Scopes''​ tab. It is only visible if the process kind of the current workspace is set to Reference Model (see above). You can create and delete scopes and add reference model elements to them. To efficiently add or remove multiple elements, use the ''​Add all elements'',​ ''​Add all elements in folders'',​ and ''​Remove all elements actions''​ in the ''​…''​ menu: 
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 Per convention, each reference model should have a **Default **scope, which contains all reference model required that are typically mapped to. Per convention, each reference model should have a **Default **scope, which contains all reference model required that are typically mapped to.