Introduction to IBM Rational Publishing Engine for beginners

In this introduction to how IBM Rational Publishing Engine works, you'll get an overview of the components and what they do. This demonstration also shows details, such as opening Document Studio, opening a document specification, pointing the document specification to a data source, and generating reports.

Amanda Brijpaul (, Instructional Designer, IBM

Author photoAmanda Brijpaul has been with IBM Rational software for 11 years and has worked in training for more than 20 years. She has created training for Rational project, portfolio, and process management tools and methodologies. She currently focuses on Rational reporting software, Rational Lifecycle Integration Adapters, and Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration. (OSLC).

24 April 2013

IBM® Rational® Publishing Engine gathers data from various sources and then generates documents that you can print or archive as files. This is especially useful to businesses that must produce governance, process management, or regulatory compliance reports or reviews. This demonstration shows you how to use the Document Specification feature to specify the information that you want to generate and then how to generate the report in Microsoft Word and HTML formats. The data source for this demo is IBM® Rational® DOORS® requirements management software.

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7:41 minutes.


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