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The Rational Licensing Support Community is a great place to find more information on all things related to Rational product licensing. From forums, to wikis, to blog posts, if you are a Rational Software client and you aren't part of this community, you are likely missing out on all the great information you need to be successful using your licenses.
Just late last week Jane Balin published a blog post asking for some feedback about how you're doing! Since the licensing community is designed to help you all with every aspect of your licensing needs, we want to make sure you're getting the content to help you succeed....
... Content like Jane's second post pointing to an article on the Jazz Deployment wiki that she wrote which describes in great details the license usage reports that can be created for the CLM products (RQM, RRC, RTC) with the Rational License Key Server Administation and Reporting Tool. Check it out today!
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As a brief respite from the deeply technical content we typically share, here is a Think Friday presention from last year on the topic of Blogging 101 for Subject Matter Experts (This post originally ran on waywardcelt.com October 1st, 2013):
You’ve heard the call to "get engaged". I’ve even blogged about the need to become more digitally social in order to build your career. Well, here’s another step to take to further build your own digital eminence: Start blogging as a way to share your expertise and knowledge. To help you do that, here’s a presentation I posted to slideshare.net with a HUGE thanks to both Duffy Fron and Kelly Smith for the collaboration on this deck:
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Executing netstat Find command parameter under IBM Rational Integration Tester (RIT) results in "Exit Code = 1" error
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Recently, while working on IBM Rational Integration tester v8.5.1, an attempt was made to execute a few windows "Run" command parameters such as netstat –e | find “Bytes”. Interestingly, when you execute the windows "Find" command, you notice both the Standard Output and Standard Error sections reporting no output data. Thereby resulting Exit code = 1 error.
Following are the set of actions performed under RIT:
However when the same command parameter is executed outside RIT, on a windows command line, you should see the following kind of output.
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Overview of IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager, v4.0.5- This Overview tour provides an introduction to the main screens in IBM® Rational® Engineering Lifecycle Manager. Each screen is shown and the major usage points are given.
Once you're done with the overview above, check out the rest of the series below from our friends in IBM Rational User Education:
Using Queries in IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager, v4.0.5- The Queries tour shows how queries can be used alone to gather artifacts for a specific purpose or can be used to populate a view. Users can read hover text to find out more about gathered artifacts and act on query results, for example, to run an analysis.
Using Views in IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager, v4.0.5- The Views tour steps users through the sample views and describes how they work in union with queries. Views and queries have an important relationship; you cannot build a view without populating it with one or more queries.
Analysis video for IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager, v4.0.5- The Analysis tour gives examples of how and why to run analysis on artifacts.
Products video for IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager, v4.0.5- The Products tour shows the Browse Products screen and describes typical usage of that screen in the context of a scenario. Other functionality in IBM® Rational® Engineering Lifecycle Manager is discussed where Products features flow into other areas of the tool, such as versioning, branching, and integrating with Rational Team Concert.