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BPMN and SoaML overlap significantly, but each provides a particular emphasis on service and process modeling. In this article, Jim Amsden describes how to use their unique features together.
Learn to maintain a group of tests to run, the machines to run them on, and a history of the test results using automated test scripts with the Ant API.
Thomas Hall discusses how to tackle your legacy code problem using Rational Rhapsody.
Jonathan Gellin shows you how to run a software analysis code review directly on the z/OS operating system and how to analyze COBOL and PL/I source using the code review application on z/OS.
Learn how to track and detect incorrect or null data issues related to runtime data parameterization in this article by Bharath Raj. He also shows you how to apply advanced configuration mechanisms in IBM Rational Performance Tester to run performance tests for a large volume of users and throughput.
Sandhya Rani writes this reference guide to set up the code complexity analysis configuration and code coverage configuration for any development project using the IBM System Planning Tool.
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Jim Amsden is an IBM Senior Technical Staff Member and Solution Architect in the Rational Division. Jim works on a broad range of solutions incorporating IBM products for strategic planning; solution analysis, design and construction; continuous delivery; and quality management - tying these together into a comprehensive offerings, accessible through the Cloud and applicable to a wide range of industries. Jim has spent many years developing standards and products for modeling in order to understand and manage complex systems. He is a TOGAF Certified Enterprise Architect.
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