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Looking for information to help you prepare for the migration of your existing Rhapsody projects to another version? If so, then you may want to first review the relevant migration issue sections in the Migr
When reviewing the document, it is best to go through the lists in ascending product version order. For example, if you have Rational Rhapsody 220.127.116.11 and are migrating to version 8.0.3, review the migration issues for 18.104.22.168 on the 7.6 tab and then all the migration issues on the 8.0 tab up to and including version 8.0.3.
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Getting started with reporting by using Lifecycle Query Engine data sources in version 6.0.3: You can use the Report Builder in the Jazz Reporting Service to create and run reports about artifacts across projects or versioned data in configurations. Using indexed data from the Lifecycle Query Engine (LQE) data sources, you can, for example: Create a multi-project report that shows test cases, the requirements that they validate, and related defects. You can include designs from Design Manager by editing the SPARQL query in the Advanced section of Report Builder. Run this report, scoping the results by choosing a configuration (stream or baseline). Learn how to set up your environment and understand some of the limitations when you use either the LQE or LQE using Configurations data source. Consider the limitations described here before you use LQE data sources for production reports. If you are interested only in document-style reports, you can export Report Builder reports as Rational Publishing Engine templates to make document authoring easier. [Read more at Jazz.net...]
Authors: Catherine Trinkwon, Information Developer, with contributions from the Jazz Reporting Service team at Persistent Systems Ltd.
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IBM is recognized as a cognitive solutions and cloud platform company with one purpose - to be essential to the world.
We do this in part through innovative learning and credentialing programs that help develop and recognize the talent that fuels innovation to change the world. IBM credentials are recognized, respected and valued globally in the IT industry, but communicating your credentials in today’s ever-expanding online marketplace can be challenging.
IBM's Open Badge program represents our latest endeavor for recognizing this talent through secure, verifiable digital credentials representing skill, achievement, and contribution. IBM has established this opportunity so you may easily and quickly share verified proof of your achievement wherever and whenever you choose. Where applicable, your IBM credentials will be represented by a digital image that contains verified metadata describing your qualifications and the rigorous process necessary to earn them. Badges provide digital recognition for skills attained and offer a method of sharing credentials in social media.
For IoT specific badges, you may review the
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Maximo - Use Chrome to Troubleshoot Anywhere Issues: IBM Watson IoT Support Engineer May On guides us through troubleshooting Maximo Anywhere issues by using the Google Chrome browser development tool.
Considerations for reporting on Rhapsody Design Manager data by using the Report Builder technology preview
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First published by the Design Manager Team on Jazz.net
Build basis: Rhapsody Design Manager 6.0.3
The Rational Rhapsody Simulink and Documentation domains are not supported in this technical preview. You cannot report on data from these domains.
The rich hover feature does not work for Design Management (DM) artifacts. When you hover over a DM artifact in a report, no additional information is provided.
When you generate data from a Rational Rhapsody Design Manager project, and you use the Enable Global Index (LQE) for project resources from all conf
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IBM Watson IoT Support Lifecycle Resources
IBM provides advance notification of End of Support (EOS) dates allowing customers reasonable time to complete software upgrades or to refresh application products. EOS announcements are made in April and Sept.
Announcement letter dates are U.S. only. Information for other country announcements is available on the IBM Offering Information page. Select the date to view the announcement letter. Note that some product versions may not have online announcement letters.
View all IBM Software EOS announcements for 2016 and 2017.
This section describes some of the standard and enhanced IBM Software Support Lifecycle Policies and common questions. Additional details and answers to commonly asked questions regarding the Support Lifecycle Policy can be found on our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Q: What are the major Support Lifecycle milestones?
A: The major Support Lifecycle milestones are:
Q: How do you determine if your installed software is still supported?
A: Search by product name or keyword using the Supp
Q: What happens when EOS is announced?
A: Often, there is a newer version of the software available for download. In most cases, you’ll have sufficient time to plan for and install the latest version. For more information on the lifecycle stages, including EOS, view this short YouTube video on the IBM
Q: What is the standard version format for IBM Software products?
A: The full product version is expressed by a four-digit code known as the IBM Version, Release, Modification and Fix Level structure, or VRMF. View this Technote for additional information and description of each element. You may also find this Glossary of product support and maintenance terms helpful.
Q: How can you connect with Watson IoT on social media?
Q: Where can you find more information on IBM Support policies?
A: You can view and download the IBM
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The following videos provide you with a walkthrough of the new features and enhancements that were made available in RPE version 2.1.1.
The full playlist, which includes all of the following videos, is available in
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Towards the end of last year, I had the opportunity to sit in on a Maximo Anywhere class. While I am a TRIRIGA Support Engineer, both Maximo and TRIRIGA use the Anywhere platform for their mobile solutions. So for me, there was benefit in sitting in on the class since the process of configuring is the same for either product though the code base will be different! So these tips could apply to either Maximo or TRIRIGA, depending on what you are using. It is worth noting that Maximo has more mobile applications than TRIRIGA. So I would like to share with you some basic tips that I learned in this class.
As shown in the screen above, there is a section called Outline that will, like the UI, view sections of the code. When you click on something in the outline, it will bring you to that section of the code. Which will save you from having to search the code for the correction section. Believe me, I am wishing I used that to help me find the Work Detail View as I ended up putting the new field I was trying to add in the wrong place! But I learned my lesson!
So those are some basic tips when getting started with configuring your Anywhere files. I hope this will help you get around easier when configuring your Mobile solution, be it on Maximo or TRIRIGA. And remember tip #1 and #2 - ALWAYS back up your files! Save early and save often!
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Connecting Maximo database to Watson Analytics - Part I: Overview of the steps, architecture and benefits of connecting your Maximo database to Watson Analytics. Additional steps/reference links can be found here
Creating data set from Maximo database in Watson Analytics - Part II: Details how you can create a Watson Analytics data set from a Maximo database connection. Highlights how you can cleanse the data before importing into Watson Analytics, and refresh the data after defining the data set.