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Greetings from IBM Middleware ClearCase Client Support!
We are glad to invite you to the OpenMic* session on "CCRC WAN Server and CTE".
TAKE AWAY's: Overview of the CCRC WAN Server and CTE client along with discussion on commonly faced issues and troubleshooting tips/details on setting up DEBUG traces.
*OpenMic is a conference call along with webcasts where technical experts share their knowledge and answer your questions.
If you are running in a WAN environment, the Rational CCRC WAN server provides the IBM Rational® ClearTeam Explorer™ with access to
The ClearTeam Explorer is a user interface for IBM Rational ClearCase that is powered by Eclipse technology.
When: 30th September 2015, 14:30 to 15:30 IST (India Standard Time).
CCRC WAN SERVER:
* Technotes to be referred and useful links
The speakers are part of the IBM Rational ClearCase Support Team with significant experience in the Software Configuration Management domain.
Web Conference Details for all :
(We would request you all to kindly join in 10 minutes prior to the start time)
NOTE: Kindly select the option of 'Join as a Guest'
Conference Call Phone numbers (Full list of WW access #)
Participant pass code: 70272389
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Have you been searching through the IBM
When you sign in to the IBM Knowledge Center, you can save individual topics, groups of topics, or entire collections. After you save content by adding it to My Collections, you can rearrange topics, delete them, rename them, and then format them as PDF files. Refer to the
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You should shell share your IBM Rational Test Workbench with IBM Rational Performance Tester.
Note: Google.com application is used in this example.
Scenario 1: No variable or datapool created
c) Execute the schedule. Workbench automatically assigns one test per device.
Scenario 2: Defining a variable and assigning the user group to specfic device
a) Create a variable named “RTW
b) To assign the specific device to the user group, initialize the “RTW
c) Repeat the same steps for the other test as well and execute the schedule.
d) As specified, each test will be executed in respective devices.
Scenario 3: Creating Datapool and assigning devices
8. Execute the schedule.
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It is quite useful to be able to get notifications when a run completes. This feature is available in IBM Rational Performance Tester (RPT) 8.7.
To stop a test gracefully without causing incomplete page hits, select the Active actions are allowed to complete if stop requested check box at Window > Preferences > Test > Test Execution.
To receive email notification for the status of the run, specify the email properties in Window > Preferences > Test > Test Execution.
Note: If you run an HTTP schedule on a remote Macintosh computer, the test fails. The cipher suite that is used for recording must be available in Oracle JDK on the Macintosh computer. For example, you can use TLS_
Using this feature you can get notified after your schedule, test and compound test run completion. Multiple email addresses can be separated by comma. Sample email message that would be sent.
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Scenario and advantages of Baseline auto creation in IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC) SCM.
Baselines: A baseline represents a configuration of a component at any particular point in time. Baselines serve as fixed points of reference, and are useful both for initializing streams and workspaces that pick up from a given point of a set of components, and for sharing the changes to components at a granularity coarser than that of their individual change sets. Read more at Component baselines in the CLM Knowledge Center.
Baseline size is negligible and is an expected behavior of the SCM concepts. You shouldn't worry about having more baselines.
What are the 'backup before drop' and "backup before replace" baselines in RTC source control? What does this mean and why is it appearing?
Note: Baselines which are automatically created in RTC and includes the change sets, when it replaces the baseline or drops the baseline.