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If you are looking into server load issues on your Jazz application server, you may want to review the Known Resource-intensive Scenarios article. The article aims to capture user and system scenarios across the ALM portfolio that can potentially drive relatively higher load on a Jazz application. Such scenarios can lead to server debt (such as out-of-memory errors) if they are run during peak times on systems that don't have sufficient spare resources available. These scenarios are qualified or quantified to make them easier to understand. Where possible, best practices are provided that can minimize or avoid the issue altogether.
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CLM 6.0.5 iFix002 was made available for download on January 26. This iFix contains fixes for 71 defects broken out for the following products:
For information about downloading this fix (and fixes available for other versions) please go here.
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Sharing a series of blog posts from jazz.net that provide details about some of the latest releases delivered by our Continuous Engineering development teams.
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We've included some highlights below.
Jazz Foundation 6.0.4
DOORS Next Generation 6.0.4
Rational Quality Manager 6.0.4
Rational Rhapsody Design Manager 6.0.4
Rational Team Concert 6.0.4
Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager 6.0.4
Rational Rhapsody 8.2.1
Rational Publishing Engine 2.1.2
For additional information about the new releases refer to
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Are you looking for reference material to help with performance tuning and configuration for your DOORS Next Generation environment?
Here are some articles to reference for information and guidance on performance sizing and tuning:
In addition, a recently updated article on jazz.net provides additional guidance on specific performance tuning and configuration settings with Rational DOORS Next Generation.
Check out the article at: Tips for Configuring and tuning DOORS Next Generation
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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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The Continuous Engineering teams have delivered a number of new product releases over the last few weeks. These releases include a number of fixes and enhancements. We've included highlights of some of the enhancements below.
Available November 29, 2016
Available December 5, 2016
Teams that create and evolve complex IT systems and mech
Refer to the Highlights of 6.0.3 blog post for more information.
In this release, project teams and document controllers can look forward to further improved web functionality that is built on the success of the recent Rational Publishing Engine V2.1 release. These enhancements includes following details:
Other Rational Publishing Engine enhancements include:
In Rational Publishing Engine V2.1.1, there are the following deprecated functions:
For more deta
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Have you checked out the Internet of Things Continuous Engineering solution Trial?
A Configuration Management (CM) enabled Internet of Things Continuous Engineering solution trial is available for users to evaluate in the cloud.
Go over to the Cloud Trial Area and give it a try. From there you can create your own project and even invite others to join.
A list of products and features that are available to test is included in the Internet of Things Continuous Engineering solution trials are now available in the cloud blog post.
Additional information in also available in the FAQ for the Cloud Trial Systems wiki.
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Have you been looking for CLM-specific performance datasheets and sizing guides? Well, look no further. Below is a list of performance related articles that our CLM folks have pulled together and published on the
Deployment wiki on jazz.net.
The datasheets below are updated when performance testing shows a significant change. The 6.0 datasheets apply to the 6.0.1 and 6.0.2 releases. Note that there were major updates to the performance datasheets between the 5.x and 6.x releases.
A more complete list is available at Performance sizing guides and datasheets.
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Looking for information to help with the planning and installation of your IoT Continuous Engineering solution?
The IBM Internet of Things (IoT) Continuous Engineering Solution is an integrated solution for systems lifecycle management. The combination of products, components, and practices is built on an open integration platform so you can share plans and requirements, model artifacts, and manage testing while applying best practices and built-in process guidance.
Below we have pulled together a collection of reference material from the Deployment wiki on Jazz.net:
Sizing recommendations for planning migration of data from Rational DOORS to Rational DOORS Next Generation
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Are you considering migrating your data from Rational DOORS to Rational DOORS Next Generation(RDNG)?
Are you looking for guidance and best practice before you begin to be successful first time?
If so, then your starting point is definitely the detailed guidance on developerWorks on how to Migr
New Sizing and Best Practice Guide on Jazz.net's Deployment wiki
Since the developerWorks article was published, we realized that more detailed sizing information was required prior to executing the migration of data packages from DOORS 9 to RDNG. We collated pertinent sizing information from the Rati
There are significant improvements to the import timings with RDNG 6.0.2 release, so please refer to this article if you are evaluating an existing or future migration as this could indeed be an influencing factor.
The document details:
Sizing Guidelines for Rational DOORS Next Generation 6.x
Recommendations on the maximum sizes of your modules, projects and repositories so as to maximize your success when importing your packages and working in the future within RDNG.
The considerations for hardware are simplified from guidance published elsewhere in the Deployment wiki, but here they are explained within the context of how to plan for your new world.
Guidance on how to convert your Rational DOORS modules prior to migration
Invariably there will be modules and projects within DOORS 9 which will not match up to the guidance prescribed for RDNG. Use this section to understand how to easily manipulate your data before migrating.
What if the data to be migrated exceeds the recommendations?
The guidance is clearly aimed for the general use cases and is very much our strongest recommendation.
It is understood that there are very large enterprise requirements management estates out there. It is recommended that you contact IBM if this applies to you.
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In an effort to continuously deliver product enha
Check out the following downloads which include information about product enha
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Are you planning an upgrade of your CLM products? Looking for information about the latest available fixes, system requirements and alerts or security bulletins that may impact your upgrade decisions?
CLM Fix list
A list of CLM releases (4.0.7 and later) and details about the latest available fixes has been organized in Fix list for IBM Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Management. This document contains a complete listing of releases, refreshes, fix packs and interim fixes sorted by version for IBM Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Management. It also contains a list of APAR fixes that are included in each release broken down by individual product/component.
When planning your upgrade, you should also review your existing systems and software for potential compatibility issues. Refer to the Detailed System Requirements reports which include details about supported operating systems, related software, hypervisors and hardware requirements; including component-level details. Links to individual reports for the latest versions are included below:
Alerts and Security Bulletins
Details about Alerts and Security Bulletin updates are also import to consider when upgrading and can be found in the Flashes, alerts and bulletins for Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Management section of the IBM Support Portal.
Additional information about upgrading can also be found in the