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|Integration Guide for IBM Rational Rhapsody and IBM Rational ClearCase on Windows
IBM Rational Rhapsody provides a model-driven development (MDD) environment for real-time or embedded systems engineering and software development. IBM Rational ClearCase is the industry-leading solution for highly sophisticated software configuration management. The scope of this tutorial is to enable IBM Rational Rhapsody users to set-up, configure, and use the IBM Rational Rhapsody - IBM Rational ClearCase integration.
|31 Aug 2010|
|Using Cognos 8 BI with Rational Portfolio Manager
This tutorial provides a sample scenario that shows how to create reports by using IBM Cognos 8 Business Intelligence software suite with the Open Data Access tool in Rational Portfolio Manager. Open Data Access is a new feature that provides an easier to understand database model to help you create reports.
|29 Jan 2010|
|Build a pureXML application in DB2 for z/OS, Part
3: Develop stored procedures with Rational Developer for System z
In this tutorial, the third installment in a series, learn how to use IBM Rational Developer for System z to develop COBOL stored procedures that manipulate XML data. This tutorial illustrates the XML schema support offered, and provides step-by-step instructions for creating and testing stored procedures.
|11 Jun 2009|
|Enterprise Modernization for system z: Transform 3270 green screens to Web services by using IBM Rational Host Access
Transformation Services for Multiplatforms
This tutorial teaches you how to use IBM Rational Host Access Transformation Services (HATS) to create a Web service that exposes logic contained in an IBM System z 3270 application. You will learn how to create a HATS project, record a macro to navigate through the screens of the transaction, generate a Java bean wrapper for the macro, and to create a Web service using the tooling provided in the IBM Rational Software Delivery Platform. Once the Web service is built, you will learn how to use the Web Services Explorer to test the service.
|31 Oct 2008|
|Build Web services with transport-level security using Rational
Application Developer V7, Part 3: Configure HTTPS
Part 1 and Part 2 of this three-part tutorial series showed you how to develop Web services and clients, and configure HTTP basic authentication. In this final installment, you create a self-signed certificate, keystore, trust store, and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) configuration using the IBM WebSphere Administrative Console. Then you configure HTTPS for your Web services and Web services client, and test HTTPS Web services from both a Java EE client and a stand-alone Java client.
|21 Feb 2008|
|Build a Web application without writing any code, Part 2
Learn how to use Rational Application Developer to build a Web application using data from a DB2 database, and publish your page to a WebSphere Application Server, all without writing any code. In this tutorial, IBM's middleware takes care of all the hard work so you can focus on your own unique business logic. Part 1 showed you how to install, set up, and configure trial versions of Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software, DB2 Enterprise V9.0, and WebSphere Application Server V6.1. Part 2 shows you how to build an application.
|25 Sep 2007|
|Load testing Web applications using IBM Rational Performance
Tester: Part 4. Test results analysis reports
Rational Performance Tester provides a variety of performance analysis reports that enhance your visual experience of test results and enable you to identify performance bottlenecks easily. They enable you to run as many performance tests as possible during the test phase, with as little burden as possible incurred from using the tool. In addition, because testing may occur across many iterations, you can use the performance analysis reports obtained from each run to determine the health of an application for a particular iteration.
|14 Sep 2007|
|Implementing WebSphere Commerce operational reports with Crystal
This tutorial shows how to implement operational reports using embedded Crystal Report tools and a Rational Application Developer plug-in, then develop and test the reports in the WebSphere Commerce Toolkit.
|18 Jul 2007|
|Patterns-based design and development for architects, Part
2: Using architecture patterns
Design patterns are one of the best ways to share design ideas. They give software architects and designers a tool, or a language, to capture their experiences by solving common recurring problems in a methodical way. In this two-part series you explore ways to use design patterns to solve your everyday design problems. This tutorial, Part 2 in the series, uses the same railway reservation system discussed in Part 1 to show you advantages and pitfalls of applying different architecture patterns.
|05 Jun 2007|
|Rational Application Development certification prep, Part 7: Packaging and deployment
Create J2EE projects using Rational Application Developer V6 and learn how they are organized within the development environment. This tutorial teaches you how to import and export J2EE modules to and from Rational Application Developer and the fundamentals of packaging an application to take advantage of the features of WebSphere Application Server.
|03 Mar 2007|
|Build HTTPS Web services using Rational Application Developer, Part 2: Configure HTTPS Web services
In part 2 of this series, you'll configure HTTPS for a Web services application. You will create a self-signed certificate using iKeyman and configure SSL settings using WebSphere Admin Console. Finally, you'll test HTTPS Web services from both a Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) and Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE) client.
|08 Sep 2006|
|Build HTTPS Web services with Rational Application Developer, Part 1: Web services and Web services clients
Build secure Web services using transport-level security (HTTPS) with IBM Rational Application Developer Version 126.96.36.199 and later. In Part 1 of this series, you will build Web services for a calculator application. You will generate and test two different types of Web services clients: a J2EE client and a J2SE client.
|15 Aug 2006|
|Developing and deploying Aspects in a Model-Driven Development environment: Part 1: How to package an Aspect for MDD
This tutorial discusses the details involved in creating an AspectJ-based library that can be introduced into an IBM Rational Software Architect Model-Driven Development project. This tutorial does not introduce AspectJ programming, but rather describes in detail how an existing AspectJ library can be packaged, deployed and used in Rational Software Architect. It also discusses configuration options that can be used to provide additional customization at the model element level. Finally this tutorial discusses localization and categorization options as well as introduce user documentation options such as the online help and cheat sheets.
|13 Jun 2006|
|Best practices for location-aware services
|06 Jun 2006|
|Write Java Message Service programs using WebSphere MQ
Version 6 and Rational Application Developer Version 6, Part 1: Installing the software and running your first programs
Get an overview of enterprise messaging systems and Java Message Service (JMS) in this tutorial. Explore the latest tools from IBM for JMS development and testing (including WebSphere MQ V6 and IBM Rational Application Developer V6). You get detailed instructions about how to obtain, install, and configure these tools. And you also use sample programs and instructions about how to run them so you can easily use the tools and understand their capabilities.
|09 May 2006|
|Rational Application Development certification prep, Part 5: Running Java applications
Explore features for running both standalone and server-side J2EE enterprise applications in this fifth of seven tutorials created to help you prepare for the IBM Certification Test 255, Developing with IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software V6.
|04 Apr 2006|
|Rational Application Development certification prep, Part 4: Working with databases
This is the fourth in a series of seven tutorials that you can use to help prepare for the certification, Developing with IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software V6. The tutorial involves using the Data (often called the database) perspective in Rational Application Developer 6.
|28 Mar 2006|
|Rational Application Development certification prep, Part 3: Web development
Create a J2EE 1.4 Web application using Rational Application Developer V6. This is the third in a series of seven tutorials that you can use to help prepare for the certification, Developing with IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software V6.
|14 Mar 2006|
|Rational Application Development certification prep, Part 3: Web development
This is the third in a series of seven tutorials that you can use to help prepare for the certification, Developing with IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software V6. It takes you through the creation of a J2EE 1.4 Web application using Rational Application Developer 6.
|14 Mar 2006|
|Rational Application Development certification prep, Part 2: Java development
Prepare for the certification Test 255, Developing with IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software V6. Java development is part 2 of the Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software tutorial series. Learn how to create Java projects, packages, classes, and methods using the Java development tools, wizards, and features in the workbench.
|07 Mar 2006|
|Develop Web service clients
This tutorial is designed for J2EE developers interested in a rapid development solution to tie standard Web pages to dynamic data through Web services. This tutorial teaches you how to use the new JavaServer Faces Web services toolset bundled with IBM Rational Application Developer to quickly and easily generate Web applications that connect and consume data from a remote systems.
|26 Jul 2005|
development: Part 4, Building a Web client
In this tutorial, you return to the trusty Auction application and add a Web client. Taking advantage of powerful features in IBM Rational Application Developer, you develop a session bean facade without writing a single line of code. Once your session beans are in place, you'll use Rational Application Developer's intuitive Web designer to create pages that access your session beans, taking advantage of JavaServer Faces technology.
Also available in: Russian
|12 Jul 2005|