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Rational is excited about its next generation of Appl
If you use one of these new products, in addition to workingwith our Support engineers to answer your questions and resolve any issues, youalso have the luxury of visiting our open Community at jazz.net.
Registering and participating on jazz.netallows you the opportunity to share, discuss, and provide insight with otherusers, developers, and academics that make up this new and growing Community.
You will get a chance to ask questions in forums and affectproduct changes by logging enhancement requests and more.
Join the jazz.net Communitytoday!
- Ali Manji, Rational Client Support
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In case you haven't heard, Lotusphere 2012 is well underway down in Orlando, Florida this week. If you're like me and couldn't make it, you can always watch Lotusphere and IBMconnect sessions online at
With social collaboration being a key component to everything we do today, here are some resources to keep you involved, informed, and on the cutting edge! Staying up to date and informed is the best way to ensure your business stays relevant and efficient... check out all we have to offer below to see how IBM is drinking our own champagne and pushing forward in social business and building networks for collaborations that benefit everyone involved!
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Starting October 19, IBM Rational will distribute activation kits using the IBM Rational License Key Center. For example, Rational Jazz-based products such as Rational Team Concert and Rational Quality Manager customers will now go to the License Key Center to get their product activation kits instead of IBM Passport Advantage.
This change is being made to provide a consistent method for IBM Rational customers to obtain and manage their license keys and activation kits.
This change affects the following products:
IBM Rational Application Developer (RAD)
IBM Rational Business Developer (RBD)
IBM Rational Developer for System z (RDz)
IBM Rational Developer for System i (RDi)
IBM Rational Functional Tester (RFT)
IBM Rational Manual Tester (RMT)
IBM Rational Method Composer (RMC)
IBM Rational Modeling Exension (RME)
IBM Rational Performance Tester (RPT)
IBM Rational Professional Bundle (RPB)
IBM Rational Software Analyzer (RSAR)
IBM Rational Software Architect (RSA)
IBM Rational Software Modeler (RSM)
IBM Rational Quality Manager (RQM)
IBM Rational Requirements Composer (RRC)
IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC)
Click here to view a video explaining the Rational License Activation kits, featuring the dulcet tones of "Diamond" Dave Dimillo.Click here to view a video explaining the Rational License Activation kits, featuring the dulcet tones of "Diamond" Dave Dimillo.
More information in this technote: http
For more informatiion on Rational license keys, visit the Rational Support Licensing Site.
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From a product perspective, whenever you encounter a peculiar error or behavior it becomes difficult to think of a starting point that could help you drive towards understanding the cause. Such scenarios demand more information and to have a keen look into the log files generated by the respective application. Such logs as meant to accumulate the granular information based on the configuration or settings imposed while working on a asset under test.
The intention of designing this utility is that it would help avoiding the initial 3 - 4 interactions required by the Technical Support Engineer to collect basic system and log information. Thus reducing the resolution time cycle of the Problem Management Record.
For more information on how to execute this data collection utility, you may refer the following link:
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On behalf of Rational Support I would like to offer a big "thanks" to those of you who have provided constructive comments on our Web content. I have been working directly with Rational content for about 5 years now and in that time I've received a lot of feedback much of which I found to be highly valuable towards improving our content.
Feedback, such as:
If you are browsing the Web and find any of our content that you feel needs improvement, please provide as much detail as possible in the Comments box in the Rate this page section of the document and we will address your feedback*. We are happy to take the good, the bad and the ugly as long as you keep that constructive feedback coming ))
*Note that we can not reply directly to any feedback left via the "Rate this page" as it is anonymously gathered. We do, however, read and address all feedback entered via relevant document updates.
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