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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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We've been busy wrapping up 2018 and preparing for the start of the new year. As we look back over the last year, we thought we’d share some of our top blog posts from 2018 in case you missed them.
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Configuring Rational Team Concert to establish a global configuration context for work item links - Sharing a recent article by Kathryn Fryer, a Solution Architect at IBM, that describes how to configure Rational Team Concert (RTC), so users can link work items to specific versions of lifecycle artifacts. The article focuses primarily on links from Rational Team Concert to Rational DOORS Next Generation requirements and Rational Quality Manager test artifacts.
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Standard deployment topologies overview – This article addresses frequently asked questions from administrators about how to deploy the full CE/CLM solution so that it performs well, runs robustly, and evolves without restriction. Publishing these standard topologies helps to share examples of successful deployments. These topologies become a “short hand” reference that can be used whenever a CE/CLM deployment is discussed. [Read more…]
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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The CE Solution - A look at the IBM Continuous Engineering Solution platform.
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There have been some exciting improvements in the latest v184.108.40.206 release of IBM Engineering Workflow Management (also known as IBM Rational Team Concert).
Key areas of focus for this release have been quality, enterprise agile and enhanced usability and scalability.
Here are some of the improvements you will see in this release:
Check out further details from Rolf Nelson, our Offering Manager for IBM Engineering Workflow Management (a.k.a. RTC), in What’s New in IBM Engineering Workflow Management v220.127.116.11 (RTC)
For a list of all the features in the release, see http
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Program Board - Rational Team Concert 18.104.22.168
Program Board - Rational Team Concert 22.214.171.124 - This video demonstrates the new Program Board feature available in Rational Team Concert 126.96.36.199.
A new Program Board application is available from the plans menu. The Program Board shows the relationship between blocked by and depends on relationships for a set of work items scoped to a given timeline and project. It is useful for quickly identifying if there is a work item in your project that has a dependency on another work item but is attempting to be delivered or planned for a later sprint. In SAFe methodology, the Program Board provides transparency and visibility of the dependencies and enables the organization to address these by ensuring that features are delivered early enough in various sprints to avoid delays in delivery. The Program Board graphical visualization of dependencies can be used with any methodology (not just SAFe) that has parent child relationships and uses the blocked by and depends-on feature of work items to denote dependencies.
Note: If you have seen the RTC 6.0.6 technical preview of this feature, you will notice a considerable amount of changes in this release.
For additional information see:
Query Organization Using Tags - Rational Team Concert 6 0 6 1
Query Organization Using Tags - Rational Team Concert 6 0 6 1 - This video demonstrates the new web-based tagged queries feature in Rational Team Concert 188.8.131.52
This release adds the ability to organize work item queries by using tags. This feature is available as a technical preview. This feature supports grouping queries by tags on the My Queries and Shared Queries tabs. The tags can represent a hierarchy of folders. For example, the tag 184.108.40.206 / iFix003 / verification (release / iFix / type) displays with a root of 220.127.116.11, a child iFix003, and a nested child verification. You can organize your queries with new tags or existing tags.
For more details on the feature, see [CCM] Query organization using tags in web client - Technology Preview (472270)
To provide feedback on the feature, add a comment in [CCM] Query organization using tags in web client GA (474454)
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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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Product development today relies more on software to address complexity and data throughout development and creation. Engineers, quality and project managers can learn about the latest AI technologies and agile techniques to develop a go-to-market competitive advantage.
Learn from industry leaders and attend live demos that feature what AI is doing to transform engineering lifecycle management.
Go deep into the subject areas that are of interest to you:
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Sharing a list of the latest IBM Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) iFixes that were released in February and March of 2019.
A full list of CLM iFixes is available in Fix list for IBM Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Management
CLM releases are available on Jazz.net: http
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Many organizations that use IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation collaborate with one or more external partners to specify, refine, and fulfill requirements. Partners might exchange data multiple times to clarify and negotiate details. Typically, organizations use the Rational DOORS Next Generation Requirement Interchange Format (ReqIF) capabilities to exchange requirements. With Rational DOORS Next Generation projects enabled for configuration management, using ReqIF can become more complex. This article describes considerations and practices for ReqIF with conf
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Continuous Engineering for the Internet of Things - Check out this video to see how the IBM Continuous Engineering solution can help in designing complex, connected products in the world of Internet of Things.
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Attend IBM IoT Exchange 2019 to learn how industry-tested solutions from IBM and our partners have solved the most critical IoT challenges facing companies today. Much like a university, this unique event will be structured into four dedicated academies:
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If you are looking to minimize or avoid resource related issues on your Jazz applications, you may want to check out the Known Resource-intensive Scenarios wiki. The wiki 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. [Read more…]
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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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New Jazz Reporting Service (JRS) educational videos provide instructions on working with email notifications and troubleshooting data issues in Report Builder.
JRS: Email notification for scheduled reports in Report Builder - You can now notify team members when a scheduled report is ready. Each email address must be associated with a Jazz Team Server user account. This video was recorded using Jazz Reporting Service version 18.104.22.168. For more information, see: Scheduling reports to run in Report Builder
In this demo you’ll learn how to resolve data issues in Report Builder reports. By running TRS feed validation and validating the data in the Lifecycle Query Engine index, administrators might be able to fix the reports without reindexing. This video was recorded using Jazz Reporting Service 22.214.171.124.
For more information, see: Validating TRS feeds and the LQE index