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Rational DOORS Reporting: Module-of-Metrics DXL Case Study at Raytheon- Rational DOORS Reporting: Module of Metrics Case Study at Raytheon by Senior Principal Systems Engineer Jerry Huller. Doors eXtension Language (DXL) plays a critical part in this scenario.
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In the Rational Developer for System z (RDz) version 9.0, when you use the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) connection, you may see the following error while enabling your CICS debug configuration profile before debugging you CICS application:
where HOST1 is the z/OS host of your secure connection.
Managing SSL security and certificates: http
Using SSL security for Explorer connections: http
If you do not need to use certificates with your SSL connection, you can prevent the error by disabling the certificate management in RDz in the following way:
1. On the workbench menu bar click Window -> Preferences, then expand Explorer and click Certificate management.
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Calling all Rational User Community Members in the Western U.S. ... join us for:
Planes, Trains and Automobiles with Rational: A special event presented by the Global Rational User Community
8:00 am - 2:00 pm Pacific
IBM Office, Foster City, CA
All aboard for a great Community event coming to the Bay Area! Planes, Trains and Automobiles with Rational will reveal how Rational software is supporting some of the most innovative and extensive transportation initiatives in the world. Guest speakers will offer insights and application examples, and you'll learn how to leverage their techniques for your own software development projects.
Lunch is included, and the event is free for members of the Global Rational User Community members. Not yet a member? Sign up now.
Update: Oliver M. Hoehne, Project Management Professional (PMP), Systems Integration Manager, and Parsons Brinckerhoff will present the topic below. Other exciting presentations to be announced!
Entering a Brave New World
Applying Systems Engineering to the California High-Speed Train Project
Systems Engineering is a well-accepted engineering discipline in most industries across the globe, including IT, defense, aerospace, automobile and medicine. Railroad infrastructure projects in the US, however, inevitably rely on the Plans, Specifications and Estimate (PS&E) process used in the construction industry. Given the high complexity of the $68 billion California High-Speed Train Project, Parsons Brinkerhoff has combined Systems Engineering (supported by Rational DOORS) with the Plans, Specifications and Estimate approach to manage this huge project. Learn about the impact the combined approach is having on the project, comparable to the impact of the introduction of electrification during the steam locomotive era.
Space is limited, so register now. Then get ready to ride!
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There is an upcoming webcast by the virtual mobile user group of the Rati