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Looking to find out what is new and how to get started using Lifecycle Query Engine (LQE) data sources in version 188.8.131.52?
Here are some highlights of what is new:
…and for Administrators
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Attending Think 2018 and looking to keep on top of what’s happening this week? Need help planning your agenda?
You may want to check out the schedule to see what's going on during the conference, plan what you want to see live, and make it easy to catch up with everyone else on demand.
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With the growing number of smart and connected products being developed, more and more systems engineers must now deal with the verification and validation of embedded systems. Of course, the smarter those products get, the more complex those testing activities become. At the same time, new regulations constantly come into effect to prevent faulty products reaching the consumer. This is adding even more burden on the testers that need to ensure the functional safety of those smart things. Read the Test management best practices: How to improve your testing efforts article by Chip Davis to find out more.
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Developers, what happens when you design for “system of systems”?
How many of us grasp just how connected we’re becoming? The concept of the “connected world” has enormous – and transformational – implications. Because not only are individual things becoming more connected, each “thing” is often part of a larger system: a system of systems (SoS). [Read more…]
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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Title: End-to-End Engineering Lifecycle: Decoding the Magic and the Myth
Date: Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
Join us for an introduction to IBM’s Engineering Lifecycle Management.
• Learn how to harness the power of end-to-end engineering lifecycle management
Register to attend!
Using the server setting “Server Default for Line Delimiter Handling” = NONE and usage limitation and understanding
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You may have noticed that there is a new feature in RTC 6.0.5 regarding Keyword expansion.
It may only be from the CLI and builds.
There is this statement:
2. How is the Keyword expansion enabled for a load operation if it is only used for the CLI and builds?
3. Does this mean the Keyword expansion is enabled for a load operation using the Eclipse client?
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This article provides guidance on using Rational Team Concert (RTC) as a source code management system in Jenkins jobs.
What is covered in the article: