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Configuration Management - In this video Kathryn Fryer provides an overview of the basics and benefits of configuration management capabilities in the IBM Collaborative Lifecycle Management and Continuous Engineering solutions. The video introduces key concepts and provides high-level adoption guidance.
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Getting started with reporting by using Lifecycle Query Engine data sources in version 6.0.5 - 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. Learn how to set up your environment and understand some of the limitations when you use either the LQE or LQE scoped by a Configuration 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....]
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Continuous Engineering with Digital Twin - IBM has great support for the Digital Twin. Have a look at the Continuous Engineering story.
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IBM Rhapsody: Test Conductor for Systems - In this video IBM Technical Specialist Andy Lapping takes you through an introduction to Model Based Testing for Systems Engineering models using Rhapsody's Test Conductor tool
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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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CLM configuration management: Adoption guidance and practices - After you determine whether your organization would benefit from configuration management, you need to evaluate your existing processes and determine how they will change to reflect the new concepts and operations. This article guides you through important considerations for adopting configuration management. See the related articles for additional details about practices and decisions points.
CLM configuration management: Defining your component strategy - Components typically represent physical or logical subdivisions of your product or system. A
CLM configuration management: Patterns for stream usage - This article introduces several patterns of stream usage, or stream strategies, which are described in more detail in additional linked articles. You should already be familiar with the configuration management capabilities, and have decided to investigate further. For the introduction to this series, see Adoption guidance and practices. As part of planning your adoption of configuration management you need to determine your stream strategy.
CLM configuration management: Single stream strategy - Use the single stream pattern for basic change management that’s only in a single domain application (that is, requirements or tests or designs). Typically you use this pattern with the Requirements Management (RM) or Design Management (DM) appl
CLM configuration management: Multistream variant strategy - This article discusses patterns of stream usage for situations where multiple variants of lifecycle artifacts need to be maintained in parallel for each of several releases. This is a common need of product-centric organizations. These and other patterns – including several that these patterns build on – are introduced in the companion Patterns for stream usage article. Read about these base patterns before you read this article. You’ll also find links there to the other stream pattern articles in this series.
CLM configuration management: Multistream concurrent release development strategy - This article explores patterns of stream usage for situations where you work on multiple releases of a product concurrently. Many organizations find these patterns useful on their own. These patterns also form the basis of the more complex multistream variant patterns, as explained in the Multistream variant strategy article. Many patterns are introduced in the companion Patterns for stream usage article. That article in turn points to the other stream details articles in this series. We suggest you read about the more basic patterns, such as the single stream strategy, before you read the current article. The patterns we present here are relatively complex. If an opportunity to “go simpler” presents itself, even for a single component, we encourage you to do so. For example, if you can build and maintain a reusable component of regulatory requirements using a single-stream pattern, rather than one of the multistream patterns, by all means use the simpler pattern.
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Rational Team Concert: External content repositories - Starting in version 6.0.5, Rational Team Concert supports external content repositories. This feature enables Rational Team Concert to store large source control management (SCM) files in an external content repository instead of the server database. An external content repository can be a directory on the Rational Team Concert server file system, or a WebDAV-compliant artifact repository server such as Artifactory.
The external content repository is configured by an administrator, is completely transparent to users, and is fully compatible with older clients. [Read more....]
How to configure Rational Team Concert, Jazz Authentication Server and Squid cache server to work together - This document, can be used as an unofficial guide if one wishes to configure Rational Team Concert (RTC), Jazz Authorization Server (JAS) and Squid cache server to work together such that the squid proxy acts as a web accelerator. [Read more....]
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Jazz Reporting Service Overview - See how you can use Jazz Reporting Service (JRS) to quickly and easily consolidate data across IBM Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) and other tools. JRS is included in CLM, as well as in the IBM Internet of Things Continuous Engineering Solution.
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CLM 6.0 iFix014 was made available for download on December 20th. This iFix contains fixes for 272 defects broken out for the following products:
For information about downloading this fix (and fixes available for other versions) please go here.
What else did we improve in Collaborative Lifecycle Management 6.0.5 - key updates for client experience
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On December 4th 2017, we announced Now
The list below focuses not on the new product features, but instead, the key wins in the 6.0.5 release which will make life better for users and administators in particular.
There were two main focuses to address the complexity of backup strategies. There is now an inte
Typically, like buses, two articles are now available. We wrote a specific article on back
We now strongly encourage you to backup your DOORS Next Generation indices so as to lessen the likelihood of needing to run a repotools reindex.
Windows VM users can now consider using alternative performance settings for DOORS Next Generation
We have focused on DNG backup strategy mentioned above, so as to ensure that we do not need to run repotools reindex. This was in part prompted by the desire for Windows Virtual Machine(VM) users to be able to use a DNG
Guidance on adopting IBM CLM configuration management across the lifecycle
During the same time frame, there was a large intiative to provide guidance on adopting CLM lifecycle configurartion management. Tim Feeney's blog explains the new Bes
Validating and documenting on WebSphere Liberty Profile and Jazz Authorization Server (JAS)
It is now possible to authenticate using Smart Cards, or certificates (.p12) with Liberty:
and with JAS, see related article: Conf
We have also improved the formal IBM Knowledge Center on these topics, cross-linking so you don't need to find these additional resources: Conf
Last but not least, Mul
In a preview, an expert guides you step-by-step through the various products in the IBM IoT continuous eng
Jazz Community sharing site:
A big thank you to the German User Group for creating a new public sharing site available to everyone - see Rolf Nelson's Intr
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Find great ways to develop smart and connected products and application lifecycle management solutions using our new Previews tool: http
In a preview, an expert guides you step-by-step through the various products in the IBM IoT continuous engi
How Previews Work - This video explains how to quickly and easily preview IBM Internet of Things continuous engineering products. Learn the various ways that you can use our fun instructional videos while getting some hand-on experience with each tool.
After watching the video above, head on over to our new Previews tool for more tool specific videos and information at: http
Once you’re in a product like Rational DOORS Next Generation or Rational Quality Manager, follow the guide around, then explore a fully-developed sample project like Adaptive Cruise Control on your own for a deeper experience and understanding.
What’s currently in Previews is just a start. We’ll continue to enhance it with more sample projects and more product demos so if you don’t see what you’re looking for, be sure to check back with us soon. If you’d like to provide feedback, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear from you.
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Are you planning an upgrade and looking for information about what product versions have reached or are about to reach their end of support?
There are a number of product vers
Below is a list of the most recent and upcoming End of Support dates for some of our Watson Internet of Things products.
This list was originally posted in September 2016 (see Plan
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We all know that knowledge assets are an invaluable resource for any support organization. On a daily basis, our support engineers gleam a wealth of insights from their problem-solving investigations. From those insights, they have taken the necessary steps to publish that knowledge to ensure that the solutions are made available for all our clients.
As we wrap up the 3rd quarter of this year we thought it would be a good time to post an updated list of our top technotes. Below we’ve compiled a list of our 20 most used troubleshooting technotes for our Continuous Engineering, Maximo and TRIRIGA products. We hope that highlighting them here will help to improve the troubleshooting process for you.
Would you like to be directly involved in efforts to improve our products? Would you like the ability to vote on improvements that you have a vested interest in seeing implemented? Well you can do just that from the IBM RFE Community. As part of the community you can collaborate with IBM development teams and other product users through your ability to search, view, comment on, submit, and track product requests.
Check out some of the hottest RFEs for our IoT products and cast your vote for those requests you would like to see implemented: Int
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