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GIT RTC integration (How to clone repository via http, file size greater than 300 MB)
How to clone repository via http, file size greater than 300 MB.
Node.js based server for RTC and Git integration:
Tried with below scenario combination but was unable to clone repos, via ssh if the file size is more than 300 MB.
a. GIT RTC integration (how it's descibed in the officicial documentation for RTC 6.0.2):
1) set the value (--m
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Using an Agile approach to scope software projects - Authored by Christina Lynch: Software development methodologies are often religiously observed. But we think you stand to lose out by arbitrarily closing yourself off to alternatives. That being said, when it comes to the software scoping process, the best tool for the job is Agile. Why? Because it’s proven time and time again to provide an effective and efficient framework for propelling new software initiatives forward.
Helastel take project scoping very seriously indeed and the results of doing that speak for themselves. It boils down to posing the right questions about what the business requires, while gaining a 360 degree understanding of user perspectives, to plot a pathway to the optimum end 'product'. Here's why an Agile methodology lends itself so well to supporting that process. [Read more...]
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Rational Team Concert - Quick Planner Demo: This video demonstrates the Quick Planner feature in Rational Team Concert.
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When you have a custom mandatory field on our defect record type (Found In Environment) and When you create a new defect record in My Stuff, this field ( Found In Environment) is not visible (able to select).
How do I add it to the toolbar in My Stuff together with the standard attributes; Type, Description, Filed Against, Severity and so on?
Use the Explorer to navigate to RTC MyStuff >> When you type ctrl+space the supported custom attributes will be listed.
Supported custom attributes:
Unsupported custom attributes:
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I would like an example of running an ETL Job Item as simply Running the process fails.
Users see the Activated record and assume they can click Run Process and will get results. There is actual need to enter a set of restraining data to get results.
Every ETL Job Item is different. You need to fill in information to the record in order to get the results necessary for the transformation or processing.
A complete list of field requirements and processing possibilities can be found in the manual link below.
This blog entry is for a sample run of a Survey Fact ETL Job Item.
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In this day in age, security is a very hot topic and as soon as one vulnerability pops up, it is addressed and mitigated, another one is found. It is a vicious circle of identifying and addressing that does not seem to let up. In our fixpack release notes, information regarding mitigation of vulnerabilities that were addressed without an APAR is listed. And sometimes, a vulnerability could be addressed as an APAR.
The reason I am mentioning security vulnerabilities is that sometimes, when they are resolved, there is an effect that impacts existing functionality and it may not always be clear. Sometimes, the result of fixing these vulnerabilities can “change” functionality.
As an example, in the 3.5.2 release, there is mention of an APAR related to external URL navigation items will now open in a new window to avoid cross origin scripting vulnerabilities. Prior to the 3.5.2 release, if you used an external URL in the navigation, it just opened in the same window. We have seen some issues where clients wanted the original design, but that is no longer possible since the change was made as a result of fixing a security vulnerability. The current behavior is correct and cannot revert to the old design. So in this case, there was an APAR referenced. But in others, there may not be. You can look at the 22.214.171.124 release notes (found here http
As the product develops and security vulnerabilities are found and addressed, it could mean a change in how something works. Reading the release notes can be a source of information but it may not always be clear why something changed. We all know change is hard, especially when we are so used to it working a certain way. I don’t know about you, but if the change was made to address a security vulnerability, I can live with that and accept the change.
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Let's step away from serious business for a moment and take some time for a bit of fun.... We recently found this excellent deck on Slideshare and couldn't resist sharing with you all here as well!
#CloudHaiku: The Poetry of the Cloud - Poetry can be found nearly everywhere you look in the tech world. It can certainly be found in the cloud and today’s thriving open technology communities. Never have there been such an abundance and sophistication among open source projects. These communities are producing some of today’s most important and sophisticated technology that will serve as the backbone for an exciting future in cloud, cognitive and data/analytics. It is in this spirit that we decided to pose the #CloudHaiku challenge to some of today’s most brilliant minds in cloud and open tech. Enjoy the result below!
At ﬁrst glance, the cloud doesn’t lend itself to poetry. If Shakespeare were alive today, the object of his sonnets probably wouldn’t be virtual machines, bare metal, publ
It’s in this spirit that we decided to pose the #CloudHaiku challenge to some of today’s most brilliant minds in cloud and open tech. Industry leaders like Lorinda Brandon (CapitalOne), Kris Borchers (JS Foundation), Al Gillen (IDC), Leslie Carr (Clover Health), Rich Miller (Telematica) and so many more were kind enough to lend their voice to this experiment. We’ve compiled just a sample of our favorites in this eBook. But #CloudHaiku doesn’t stop here. Post yours to Twitter using the #CloudHaiku hashtag and challenge a friend, colleague or fellow open source community member to do the same. Learn more about the work IBM is doing to support an open cloud ecosystem at bit.