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Now THAT is a great question! IBM Watson IoT Support is a team of IBMers who are now part of the new IBM Watson Internet of Things organization supporting the tools makers like you need to build components and connected devices. IBM Watson IoT Support is focused on helping you, the makers, with your product questions by providing content relating to the various products covered by our new division.
Through our focused support of asset management and continuous engineering tools, we are here to provide you with the best support in the industry; to help you be successful with the applications and components to ensure your work on the connected devices in the Internet of Things brings you the right value.
The products we support here include:
There's no change in the way you will obtain support for the products you already own, the only change you'll likely see is the addition of a few new social channels like this blog, our new Twitter account, and our new Youtube channel to help get you the right content at the right time. Our technotes can all be found in their same locations per product, and the process for contacting support to open a Problem Management Request (PMR) remains the same as well.
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Migrate data from Rational DOORS to Rational DOORS Next Generation- Kim Letkeman, Senior Technical Staff Member, IBM and Martin Henderson, Development Manager, IBM, lead you through planning and implementing a DOORS migration project.
Plan and execute a migration project from IBM® Rational® DOORS® to IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation. This article provides a list of migration terms and definitions (as opposed to interchange) and describes the phases and tasks involved when moving active data into a Collaborative Lifecycle Management environment.
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Migrating data from IBM Rational DOORS to IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation- With the release of IBM Rational DOORS 220.127.116.11 and IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation V6.0.1 the migration has been optimized, now automatically creating a global type system and artifact types in IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation, considering the commonalities of the type system defined in modules within DOORS, as well as links relationships. In addition, you can now incrementally migrate a project, and the two applications will automatically maintain and update link relationships with every incremental migration.
Migration is not interchange of data where data can go from one tool to another and possibly back again. Migration is a one-way move from Rational DOORS to Rational DOORS Next generation, with traceability back to the source.
Using a migration package, migration can include one or more modules and can be incremental, migrating a little at a time, and only what you need. The current version of modules is migrated along with internal external and OSLC links, OLE objects, pictures and so forth.
The history of the migrated data is not migrated however, the migration creates links in Rational DOORS Next Generation that link back to the corresponding records in Rational DOORS.
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DOORS 9 - RQM integration : How to update link properties in DOORS after renaming a test case in RQM
After creating a link from RQM artifact to DOORS requirement, if you change the name of the RQM artifact (test case or step of test script), this change is not updated in DOORS : the link description and title in DOORS are still referring to the old name of the RQM artifact.
This is working as designed when the integration between DOORS and RQM uses back-linking (in other words: 2 links are created, 1 in DOORS and 1 in RQM)
There are 2 ways to correct this issue :
- Manually edit the link description in DOORS
- Run a DXL script on your DOORS module that will query RQM to gather the name of the RQM artifact for each link to RQM in the module. Then it updates the description and title of those links.