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IBM Rational Developer for Power Hub blog have posted links to some great learning resources:
We have created three playlists on the IBMRational YouTube channel to show what you can do with Rational Developer for Power, and how you can do it. As we create more videos they'll be added to these playlists, so all you need to do is bookmark the playlist and you'll have access to all the demos available:
Add Dashboard viewlet in process template with image and text formatting for reuse in IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC)
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You can refer the below technote to perform the basic pre-requisite steps in IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC) before beginning with adding a viewlet/widget.
3) Click the Browse button to select available widgets and select Headline
4) Click on Add Memento
4.1) To have a viewlet without Title Bar, you can set the Trim option -> No Trim
5) Add a Property to the memento.
6) Add 2 more Property named "text" and "image"
8) For property "image"
Paste the copied Image Location on a notepad for editing.
The URL that gets copied will look something like below example:
Without Trim set (Step 4)
With Trim Set (Step 4.1)
Last month developerWorks moved an unprecedented amount of data and community assets through an upgrade to Connections v4 and to a new hosting environment.
As might be expected with a project of this size, there were a few bumps along the way. To help navigate these changes, following are answers to some of the more commonly asked forum questions since our go-live on April 15. From the FAQs about the upgrade found here, below are some of the items which may help you find your favourites forums once again:
While all forums can be found in the Forum Directory, most of them are actually housed under the Communities category. As noted above though, all the Rational product specific forums you desire to follow can be found under the Forum Dire
For the Rational Cafes, however, check out the Rational Cafe Categories below:
Ah, yes, 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 new video from IBM Electronic Support guiding us all on how to download software from the Fix Central repositories. Take note, this video will come in quite handy after tomorrows blog post, so take a look and then stay tuned!
Hot off the presses, we have another installment of "Live on developerWorks Rational" bringing you the following items that went live this week:
Extend TOGAF's ArchiMate to nonfunctional aspects of enterprise architecture
Using SoaML services architecture to encapsulate interactions
Back up Oracle databases with the IBM Rational repotools utility
This week we are also highlighting the following items on the developerWorks Rational home page and product pages that you may find of interest.
And as another special treat, here's a link to a VERY useful InfoCenter topic: Keyboard shortcuts in IBM Rational DOORS.