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Rational Quality Manager: Best Practices Part 1 - In this video you will learn how to use Rational Quality Manager effectively to manage the testing process. The first part of the video covers: - Test Planning and Construction - Test Plan - Test Case - Test Suite - Test Script [Watch the video here!]
Rational Quality Manager: Best Practices Part 2 - In this video you will learn how to use Rational Quality Manager effectively to manage the testing process. The second part of this video covers: - Test Execution - Administration [Watch the video here!]
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Review this video for a tour of IBM Rational Quality Manager (RQM).
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Rational Publishing Engine: Generating comparison documents from configurations - Learn how to create a document that shows the differences between two different versions of an IBM DOORS® Next Generation module. This video was recorded using IBM Rational Publishing Engine version 2.1.2.
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Sharing some of the latest Rational Publishing Engine (RPE) educational videos.
RPE Document Builder: Automatic deployment to WebSphere Liberty - The IBM Rational Publishing Engine Document Builder web application is now automatically deployed to the WebSphere Liberty application server when you install Rational Publishing Engine. No manual configuration is required for deployment. This video was recorded using Rational Publishing Engine version 188.8.131.52.
For more information, see Depl
RPE: Microsoft Excel output improvements - Learn how to take advantage of the latest enhancements to Microsoft Excel output in IBM Rational Publishing Engine. You can now span rows and columns, output images in cells, insert a new worksheet, and specify the names of subsequent sheets. This video was recorded using Rational Publishing Engine version 184.108.40.206.
For more information, see Micr
RPE Document Builder: Simplified Jazz Team Server authentication - Jazz SSO authentication, if you are logged into Document Builder , you do not have to enter the data source credentials again when generating a document with data from any CLM applications that use the same JTS. This video was recorded using Rational Publishing Engine version 220.127.116.11.
RPE Document Builder: Sending a test email - Administrators for IBM Rational Publishing Engine Document Builder can now test whether email notification settings are working correctly by sending a test email. This video was recorded using Rational Publishing Engine version 18.104.22.168.
For more information, see Admi
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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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When a new project is started the majority of the time business needs (or requirements) are captured and defined through text. Rational DOORS Next Generation provides a complete Web based environment for documenting rich text project information providing your team all the typical controls that you would expect in a word processor but with the added benefit of a shared team experience. Rational DOORS Next Generation gives your team members a great way to capture their information using standard templates and a project wide glossary to help unify development teams around a common vocabulary.
Features – Rational DOORS Next Generation: Features to drive your project forward
Capture and Organize Requirements – Overview – Rational Doors Next Generation: Business needs come in many different forms, formats and language. Bringing them all together in a single place, removing redundancy, and connecting interrelated content is the first step to requirements definition and management. Rational DOORS Next Generation is IBM’s next generation Web based team environment to capture your business needs, diagrams, use cases, design, storyboards, and other critical project information that will help drive your business.
Collaboration and Review – Rational DOORS Next Generation: Each stakeholder in a project may be interested in different information (e.g. defect backlog, current tasks, or release schedule). Rational DOORS Next Generation allows you to create custom a dashboard with multiple pages, each displaying a customizable view, of a given project, to quickly investigate the desired information at any time. Each page contains custom viewlets, each with a specific purpose.
Visually Define – Rational DOORS Next Generation: Do you or your employees spend too much time wondering if all necessary business requirements were considered in order to complete a task? Are you sure you didn’t miss anything? It can be difficult to keep every team member on the same page with the complex and ever-evolving business processes that are necessary for fast-moving companies to stay ahead of the competition.
Baseline and Audit History – Rational DOORS Next Generation: As a new project is started and progresses forward many of requirements you define and capture will change, be added to, or sometimes removed through the course of development. Rational DOORS Next Generation provides the functionality to help track requirements information change so that you can understand what has taken place throughout that process.
Reports – Rational DOORS Next Generation: The requirement metrics provide an analytics view of the data. They represent processed data and are based on the operational data available from the repository, which is loaded into the data warehouse and then aggregated into measures based on some interpretation. Measures can be counts or sums of numeric data, such as the sum of all weight points of test case execution records. They allow the user to evaluate, report on and to improve the project performance.
Capture Administration – Rational DOORS Next Generation: IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation shares administration services with all applications that are on the same Jazz Team Server. Those applications provide capabilities for the activities that span a project’s lifecycle, such as quality management and change and configuration management. Because administration services are shared with the applications on one Jazz Team Server, teams save time and effort. The shared administration services include services for projects areas, users, and licensing.
Traceability – Rational DOORS Next Generation: Capturing your stakeholder and user requirements in Rational DOORS Next Generation is only the first step in realizing your project. As your project progresses and evolves, these initial requirements give rise to other requirements which elaborate, satisfy, and verify them. The result is a web of interdependent artifacts and relationships which represent the nature of the dependencies between these artifacts. Navigating and understanding this web of information is critical to the success of your project.
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IBM Rational License Key Server Administration & Reporting Tool - create a User Count report
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This blog post is meant to share announcement information about upcoming IBM Continuous Engineering product name changes.
The list below highlights some of the function name changes. An extended list is available in Renaming the IBM Continuous Engineering Portfolio.
For answers to the following questions as well as additional information about the renames, see Renaming the IBM Continuous Engineering Portfolio
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Are you looking to understand more about how Work Items, Planning, Build, SCM and other concepts of Rational Team Concert (RTC) integrate?
The Rational Team Concert process fundamentals wiki provides a basic introduction of the underlying concepts of RTC and provides information to help you understand some of the basic fundamentals that will help to start and customize a new project. [Read more…]
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The dates are set, and plans are underway for a great event. Think 2019 is coming to San Francisco next year. To ensure that you are hearing all the big announcements as soon as possible, sign up now for Think updates and be the first to know:
Mark your calendar and sign up to receive notification about registration, venue information, speaker announcements and need-to-know updates.
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Performance Troubleshooting - This page is the starting point for information and techniques to help diagnose performance issues when using the IBM Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) family of products (Rational Team Concert, Rational Requirements Composer, and Rational Quality Manager). The situations listed in this deployment wiki article are divided into two groups: situations likely to be encountered by administrators, and situations likely to be encountered by users of the CLM products. If you are new to troubleshooting, see How to start a troubleshooting assessment, and Data Collection Basics. Also, take the time to review Common Jazz hardware configuration and performance impact overview.
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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.
One of the best ways to have the specific version changes (change Set) into the RTC Repository workspace (Sandbox)
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One of the Best ways to have the specific version changes (change Set) into the Rational Team Concert (RTC) Repository workspace (Sandbox)
Please find the below scenario and use case as an example:
1) UserA Eg: Hello.java created 20 version
2) UserA <Lock> the file hello.java version.
3) UserA Repository worksapce Set Flow target <Bi-Directional> to Stream
Note: UserB needs only Specific Version into the Repository workspace.
4) UserB Repository workspace Set Flow target <Uni-Directional> (incoming) from Stream.
5) UserB Repository workspace Check the <Pending Changes> into the Stream.
6) UserB Repository workspace Select the Specific (for example, Hello.java version 10 ) <Change Set> and <Accept> the changes from <Pending Changes>.
7) UserB Repository workspace Select the Specific option <Merge Initial Change Sets>
8) UserB Repository workspace Opens the <Change to Merge Editor> under the < Resulting Change Set > Click <Complete> and <Ok> . Closing Editor click <ok>
Note: UserB gets to see the specific changes in the UserB Repository Workspace and Workspace Changes will not flow into the Stream since its Unidirectional changes. Also, the file can’t be modified since it is locked by UserA.
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If your current version of Rhapsody Design Manager (RDM) is v5.0.2, you can now directly upgrade to v6.0.1; previously you must upgrade to v6.0 first. Note that the direct upgrade process is only supported from version 5.0.2 interim fix (so called iFix) 011 or higher, so you still need to apply the