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Following is a uDeploy in-depth three day training combining whiteboard concepts, slides and uDeploy user interface demonstrations. The first video covers:
The other videos in the series can be found at the following links:
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Let's understand the concept of Telelogic based products licensing concepts.
Focal Point - System for management of product and project portfolios.
License types supported by Telelogic products:
Understanding of "TELELOGIC_ LICENSE_FILE variable":
On Synergy, the location of the file is also stored in license_data.txt file on the same router machine.
The value of TELE
Telelogic applications that use FLEXnet rely on the environment settings that FLEXnet uses to find licenses. The applications search for license servers and license files in the following order:
License Value Description:
Node-locked license-file-name The full path to the license file on your computer.
User based feature:
A user-based license is tied to one specific user. This is compared to a floating license which anyone can use. A license Feature for a user-based license is recognized by the attribute USER_BASED on the FEATURE/INCREMENT line. The user who can obtain a user-based license are specified in the FLEXnet options file for the license server.
FEATURE RPE_PUBLISH telelogic 2009.1230 30-oct-2009 4 \
SIGN2="1EAF 827F -"
The users must be defined in a separate configuration file. The configuration file must be explicitly set in the license file
DAEMON telelogic "C:\Program File
The configuration file must list the users for the user based feature
The version number from the configuration file must match the version number from the license file (see in bold)
For the same feature both user based and floating features can be present. The user based should be listed first in the license file.
Please see the top 10 Frequently Asked Questions on the Telelogic licensing concepts:
We all know (I do) how frustrating it can be to encounter an error message and not know what to do to fix it. Now, you can find troubleshooting information and collaborate with others to improve error messages in the Information Center at: http
Understanding the Date Based Licensing Concept of Telelogic Products:
How to configure Rational Telelogic based license keys in Rational License Server 8.1.x on Microsoft Windows:
Configuring Telelogic License Server and Rational License Server on the same system:
Steps for installing IBM Rational License Server Telelogic V2.0.0:
How to update Telelogic license file:
Mixing licence keys for Rational (formerly) Telelogic products and other Rational software:
How to assign a specific port to the Telelogic DAEMON:
Adding Telelogic License Server to Rational License Server:
Procedure needs to be followed to set-up the Telelogic license server on Microsoft Windows:
How to fetch information on USER based licenses for Telelogic Products:
IBM Telelogic legacy product downloads:
Installation and configuration of Telelogic license server with a floating license file:
How to set up the Rational License Server TL 2.0 on Windows:
Telelogic License Manager service crashes after server reboot:
How to use the Telelogic borrow tool to borrow licenses for products that support license borrowing:
Rational License server versions and the corresponding FLEXnet versions:
Article Author: Saurabh Tyagi
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Pragmatic Scrum in Rational Team Concert, Part 1- These videos are a collection of pragmatic advice about using Scrum with IBM Rational Team Concert. Part 1 contains mainly orga
Pragmatic Scrum in Rational Team Concert, Part 2- These videos are a collection of pragmatic advice about using Scrum with IBM Rational Team Concert. Part 2 contains advice and information around "sprinting."
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This new blog targets Rational Automation Framework (RAF) and DevOps as it relates to Rational Products including UrbanCode Udeploy. This blog is hosted here on the IBM deve
You are all encouraged to participate and submit your questions, concerns and ideas surrounding Rational Automation Framework via the Twitter medium. We will be looking for criteria as follows.
1. Questions on where to find additional information. Troubleshooting (if you can fit it in the limited number of characters. If not, please send a message.
2. Things individuals or organizations want clarification on such as: Do you want to know the best practices surrounding a WebSphere install?
3. What are you doing? Have you done something with RAF that you think others might want to know?
The IBM developerWorks RAF blog will be the outlet for the information gathered from Twitter. RAF will have three types of articles:
1. Spotlights - Things customers have and are doing with RAF.
2. Educational - Blogs written about your questions concerns or information Clients, IBM Employees and IBM BP's would like to see.
3. Other - Other contains information on Udeploy RAF integration, PureSystems Advanced Middleware Configuration (AMC) and DevOps and automation in general.
Of course, these are not the only reasons to join the conversations on Twitter. The list below contains the information that will be tweeted daily as it happens in real time.
1. New training
4. HotFix eligibility
5. Product Release information RAF, Udeploy, AMC
6. All Blogs whether Spotlight, Educational or Other.
This model of doing social business is highly dependent on participation. Any and all participation is encouraged. RAF will do it's best to answer and address any and all questions. We want you to be as successful as you can be.
If you can think of something additional other than what has been listed above. Let us know! We will make it happen!!
Article Author: Ryan Ruscett
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I have just been working on couple of IBM Rational ClearCase issues where a downgrade of the nfs version from nfs 4 was needed on their RHEL machines. So, I am sharing the info about the steps to downgrade the nfs version so that it can be handy if any of you also come across the same issues.
I hope this helps any of you who are also in need of downgrading to nfs 3.
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The new Rational License Key Administration and Reporting tool has released! Download the tool for free today, and start reporting against your usage of IBM Rational Products.
The reporting feature of the new Rational License Key Administration and Reporting tool generate license usage reports for IBM Rational Products using Flexlm and Jazz (CLM) licensing technologies. It provides reports on the use of floating and token licenses, including:
Some of the new administration features of the tool include:
For more information on downloading, installing, configuring, and using the new Rational License Key Administration and Reporting tool, see:
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We'll be back tomorrow with more great content focused on helping you get the most out of IBM Rational Support and your IBM Rational products!
For now.... It is that time of year when many Americans roll out that one last big blow-out barbecue party before the summer comes to a close and we look toward welcoming winter, albeit a bit trepidatiously. While the holiday has indeed come to symbolize the end of summer for many of us (it isn't, summer doesn't end until September 22), it started and remains as an American federal holiday to honor the worker; a day when we recognize the contributions of the American worker by relaxing and eating lots of BBQ
All this, of course, means your loyal blog admins are off galavanting (or just sitting on the sofa) and not actively working today. But that doesn't mean we don't have some good content for you! In this case, it is a video from IBM Electronic Support guiding us all on how to download software from the Fix Central repositories.
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This is a re-print from the original post by Jason O'Donnell on www.waywardcelt.com which ran on August 20th:
The number one barrier that prevents people from engaging in social business is their fear of saying the wrong thing.
Addressing that issue has proven difficult as it involves so many variables and is deeply rooted in the individual’s own psychology. It is a myriad of obstacles that get in the way of engagement here, any one of which can be the one issue that prevents someone from playing in social media, or it could be a complex web of issues woven to prevent adoption. For me, the solution was two-fold:
Luckily, I have a wonderful tool to help guide me in the social media world as I interact and engage in valuable conversation. The IBM Social computing guidelines give me the framework to avoid saying the wrong things on-line and provides you with the same benefit:
Quoted below from the IBM Social Computing Guidelines with my own bold highlights for emphasis:
Take a moment and also real the Detailed Discussion section of the IBM Social Computing Guidelines here, as it will explain some of the above in better and clearer terms than I am capable.
Once you have a handle on the social computing guidelines, life becomes so much easier... but even then, you or your employees may still be hesitant to start sharing, or think they don’t have anything to say... that’s okay. After creating your account, go find a few people to follow then start listening to how they are interacting. Take the next step by highlighting some of the ideas or information you find that you agree with and reshare those. After a while you’ll start to really get a feel for what you want to be saying and how to say it effectively as well.
Lastly, and this may seem overly simplistic though it is true: don’t worry about making a mistake. If you are playing in the social spaces you will make a mistake; but that’s okay too. Acknowledge when it happens and make your correction as soon as you can. In this way you can own your words and your mistake. This behaviour makes all the difference between a big or small mistake; between something that blows up or blows past.
Remember that social business is no different from any other interaction in the core values. If you pick up a phone or respond to emails in a professional capacity you can engage in social business as well. You have the trust of your company behind you, all you need now is the same trust in yourself and your success will be imminent! Just remember to follow the social computing guidelines, especially so if you share something you disagree with...
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Applying Scrum Process Methods in Rational Team Concert, Part 1- Applying Scrum Process Methods in Rational Team Concert with Rational technical specialist Jeff Hanson.
Applying Scrum Process Methods in Rational Team Concert, Part 2- The second half of the webcast on Applying Scrum Process Methods in Rational Team Concert with Rational technical specialist Jeff Hanson.
More information on this topic can be found at:
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Here's the most recent list of the latest and greatest downloads which have gone live from Rational Support since August 15th! We present these links below to help you find the fixes you need in order to stay up to date and successful with your Rational products.... Plus, don't forget to check out the downloads tag to see any of the fixes you may have previously miss
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The folks over at Jazz.net have been busy this month! Check out all the great content brought to you in August through the Jazz.net technical library! And don't forget that you can get a t-shirt if you submit an article!
Use approvals to enforce test driven development, code reviews and integration testing in Rational Team Concert
Execute JUnit test scenarios with Rational Quality Manager
Supported Rational Connector for SAP Solution Manager Topologies
Workarounds: Web client and server problems in Rational Requirements Composer 4.0.3 and Rational DOORS Next Generation 4.0.3
Workarounds: Web Client and Server problems in Rational Requirements Composer 4.0.2 and DOORS Next Generation 4.0.2
Workarounds: Web Client and Server problems in Rational Requirements Composer 4.0.1 and DOORS Next Generation 4.0.1
Agile DevOps: Build a DevOps dashboard
Collaborative Lifecycle Management 4.0.4 Online Help (in progress)
In the Jazz.net library you can:
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Finding content and information about your IBM Rational products- Here is a video from IBM Innovate 2013 that is an overview of finding content and information across different offerings of IBM.com and Jazz.net.
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If there is a need to know the cipher used by CLM applications or RTC and the level of encryption used for web-clients, this blog should be of some help.
Cipher refers to the algorithm used for performing encryption and decryption of the data.
Generally, SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is used for data encryption, decryption and transmission using certificates or smart cards. However, this also depends on the kind of Application server being used. Based on the kind of application server in use, the respective product documentation should have the details on the cipher used.
Websphere Application Server, Apache Tomcat
a. For Internet Explorer, login to RTC and then right click on the web-page --> Properties;
b. For Firefox web-browser, if one hovers and clicks on the padlock symbol prior to URI in the address bar, say before https: //ho
So, if the RTC/CLM installation is based on Websphere Application Server (v7.0), the site supports a minimum cipher strength of 168 bit encryption. This, can be confirmed by looking into the properties for ccm application web-page and the application server documentation.
By default, using the Apache Tomcat application server the site supports a minimum cipher strenght of 128 bit encr
The cipher indicates that the data is encrypted between the Internet browser and the Server. It doesn’t encrypt the data on the database itself.
This is what is behind the HTTPS protocol and is managed by the Application server. RTC is only an application installed on top of Jazz, which is installed on WebSphere.
Here is the link for the WebSphere v 7.0 documentation - About "TLS 1.0, 3DES with 168 bit encryption (High)". This explains SSL Version 3 and TLS Version 1.0 cipher specifications: http
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UrbanCode offers capabilities for application release automation (ARA), complementing IBM's DevOps solutions, enabling clients to more rapidly deliver mobile, cloud, big data analytics and traditional applications. More info can be found at: http
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These are the top content reused during June to help solve your Rational Team Concert issues. Last month the following technotes were the most heavily reused when closing PMRs opened by you, our clients. We hope that highlighting them here will help others encountering the same or similar issues also find quick resolution:
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We have some new education content for Rational ClearQuest and Rational Quality Manager!
For RQN, there are four new tutorials available on IBM
Check out the links to the content below. Thank you to Judy and Brianna for this great content!
Your feedback helps us improve. You can find the feedback form on the category pages for your product and version. The feedback form is quick and easy. Leave comments and let us know if these demonstrations help you achieve your goals.
What is IBM Education Assistant? IBM Education Assistant is a collection of multimedia educational modules designed to help you gain a better understanding of IBM software products and use them more effectively to meet your business requirements.
Find more great education modules here.
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As many of us are in the last weeks of summer break, getting ready to head back to school or get the kids ready, we're still pushing headlong forwards to make sure you get the best information you need to get your job done and get it done right the first time. Our awesome developerWorks authors are always focused on producing the right information you need... so here you go, the following articles and trials went live last week on developerWorks Rational:
Use Rational Quality Manager to manage lab assets in virtual environments
Manage test data more effectively with Rational Quality Manager 4.0.1
Create an automation framework for an HTML-based application
UML Model Metric Analysis rules-based generation of class diagrams
Rapid JPA development with Rational Application Developer
Reconcile, a new feature in Rational Quality Manager
IBM Rational Quality Manager
Webcast: IBM DevOps Solution: Continuous business planning to get cost out and agility in
Webcast: IBM DevOps Solution: Collaborative development to spark innovation and integration among teams
Webcast: IBM DevOps Solution: Continuous testing to save costs and improve application quality
Great! That's a world class service from a world class company!
IBM offers two license acquisition and Software Subscription and Support offerings- Passport Advantage, and Passport Advantage Express. Passport Advantage is designed for larger enterprises. Passport Advantage Express is designed to meet the needs of medium sized businesses. You can learn more about each here.
So, let's say you are ready to upgrade your Rational software, and you have Subscription and Support in place. You login with your IBM ID to Passport Advantage Online and there you see the software you need, ready to be downloaded. Sure there could be a few teething problems while upgrading, and then quite possibly some issues to attend to after the go live date. Having IBM Subscription and Support means you can log these incidents (PMRs) through phone and online technical support using IBM's Service Request system.
Sounds pretty standard as far as support goes? Yes, this is standard support and is an excellent IBM service. But did you know that by having Subscription and Support in place, you can get an even more advanced support and risk avoidance service from IBM? You sure can! Reactive support is critical when you need expert help to address an issue that is affecting your bottom line - you need a resolution as quick as is possible! But if you want those issues handled as priority by IBM to get your environment back to maximum capacity rapidly, and would like an assigned IBM trusted advisor managing and escalating such issues on your behalf, you need to explore IBM's Soft
Reactive support is one small element of this popular program, as the ultimate objective is to prevent issues in the first place. If you think your environment is fine tuned and you are using all of the functionality of your Rational software to the max, these guys will check it out and most likely find even more efficient ways for you to work with your software! These highly skilled experts are awesome! And if you haven't looked at how you are using you Rational software, or how it is implemented in your ever evolving environment, you could be amazed at how much you could bring down your operational running costs. AVP is much more than support, it gives you a relationship with IBM, someone to fight your corner. The AVP team will also help you to plan for upgrades so you don't encounter frustrating issues, and will help your employees to adopt the most current release of software. Your trusted advisor will even work side-by-side with you to help grow your skills too.
Why not check out what the Accelerated Value Program could do for you by visiting the Accelerated Value Program web page here, or if you prefer, contact the Accelerated Value Program team at soft
Author: Carol Wingfield, Software Accelerated Value Program Business Development & Offerings Specialist
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Once again, here's the most recent list of the latest and greatest downloads which have gone live from Rational Support since July 23rd! We present these links below to help you find the fixes you need in order to stay up to date and successful with your Rational products.... Plus, don't forget to check out the downloads tag to see any of the fixes you may have previously missed:
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Profiling C/C++, Java and COBOL with Performance Advisor- This video demonstrates how to use Rational Developer for AIX and Linux 9.0 to profile multiple languages, such as C/C++, Java™ and COBOL with Performance Advisor.