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Here's another quick rundown of the downloads posted for Rational products in the past week. These are the downloads posted since July 27th, 2011.
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New white paper Released: How to implement access restrictions to your EA Artifacts using Rational System Architect Catalog Manager
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Hot off the presses, a new whitepaper for Rational System Architect:
Abstract: This white paper provides you with information on how to implement access restrictions to your Enterprise Architecture (EA) Artifacts using IBM Rational System Architect Catalog Manager.
Released: August 1, 2011
Author: Mirtunjay Sharma
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Title: 25 server and client tips for Rational Software Architect Design Manager Title: Tutorial: Create a custom Rational Team Concert work item Title: Synchronize or transfer Rational DOORS and HP Quality Center data
Title: Tutorial: Create a custom Rational Team Concert work item Title: Synchronize or transfer Rational DOORS and HP Quality Center data
Title: Synchronize or transfer Rational DOORS and HP Quality Center data
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Are you ever confused by some acronyms or IBM-isms which you may come across on the web, in support calls, or discussions with colleagues? Here's a tip I stumbled upon which has helped me substantially in my day-to-day business which I am now sharing with you in the hopes you'll find it helpful as well!
This post explains the IBM V.R.M.F - Maintenance Delivery Vehicle (MDV) terminology used by Rational products. V.R.M.F is the product release numbering format that is being implemented throughout the IBM and the Rational product lines.
IBM is using a standard version format for MDV. The product numbering is based on the IBM Version, Release, Modification and Fix Level structure within the V.R.M.F format.
The following table provides some details of the individual version elements. Note: Although not all of the version elements are publicly available, they are all fully supported:
Wondering about all the document definitions as well? Check out the IBM Software Support Document Definitions page for brief, glossary style definitions of all the various document types we as IBM may produce.
And lastly, how about a link to our Site Assistance page... here you can find a number of resources to help with things like navigation, search, filtering, managing support portal modules, managing product lists, and much more!