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The IWM (IBM Web Management) site has gone live with all legacy Telelogic downloadables in preparation for the July sunset of supp
Each product version’s specific download links can be found in the technotes titled: “Telelogic <product name> product legacy downloads now located on IBM.com” and available under the corresponding product support download pages on IBM.com.
A complete table listing is also available as a technote at:
Additionally, a single page with a flat list of all products and version packages available can be found here: http
Where do I find the Telelogic downloads on IBM.com?
If you need downloads (product, docs, integrations, patches, release notes) for versions released prior to November, 2008, these will also all be found in the Legacy Download Technote Flashes on IBM.com product support pages, as pointers to the appropriate package locations on IBM.com
If you need Full Product downloads for versions released after November, 2008, these are all found on IBM.com's Software and Services site at: http
If you need documentation for versions released after November, 2008, these are all found on IBM’s Information Center here: http
If you need patch downloads for versions released after November, 2008, these are also all found in the respective IBM product support pages via the “Download” navigation menu item:
You can navigate to these download documents as follows:
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Mainframe and Mobile - Are your back-end apps ready? Register now for the April 18 Webcast: http
Mobile is about anytime, anywhere access to information. It improves productivity and is driving business innovation in the enterprise. Mobility enables quicker access to customer data, improved customer satisfaction and support, customer access to business and important functionality, and the capability to respond to customer demands.
Mobile is not only one of the most exciting trends affecting IT today, but an inevitable one. Indeed, most companies already have some type of mobile strategy. However, in order to take it to the next level and offer five-star apps, businesses will have to integrate mobile applications with business-critical back-end data sources.
Join us for this complimentary webcast as our subject matter experts discuss a unique IBM solution that combines end-to-end application lifecycle management with both mobile and mainframe development features all integrated into one package. The experts will spotlight a new mobile app that uses the selling of office supplies as an example. They will also show you how to bring a green-screen application into the mobile era using Rational Developer for System z and Worklight.
Broadcast date: April 18, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. EDT / 3:00 p.m. GMT / 4:00 p.m. BST
Developed for: Application programmers and managers; system programmers; operations managers
Join us after the webcast for a live question-and-answer session. The webcast will also be available for replay after the event.
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kellypuffs 06000168YK Visits (2329)
We are thrilled to announce that we've just hit a major milestone .... we've recently logged 1 million visits to Notes from Rational Support! Yes, ONE MILLION VISITS!
Started in early 2009 as a part of an experiment in social business and proactive support, it appears that Notes from Rational Support has proven to be a valuable resource. Our traffic metrics continue to show steady growth in visits, views, unique visitors, and new visitors, and that makes us VERY happy.
So, in honor of this milestone, we'd like to thank the folks who made it possible (and fret not, this will be shorter than an Academy Award acceptance speech):
And let's keep going! Our next goal is to move from the 7th most visited blog on developerWorks to the top 5 ... maybe this year?
From all of us here at Notes from Rational Support, THANK YOU!
Kelly Smith (@kellypuffs)
Jason O'Donnell (@acdntlpoet)
Matthew Quimby (@mq
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There are some new white papers from Rational Support that cover integrations for ClearQuest, DOORS, Focal Point, and Rational Publishing Engine. There are also two new white papers for Rational Licensing. Check them out!
Abstract: This white paper covers the configuration steps for the Rational ClearQuest Web and Rational DOORS Web Access integration with SSL enabled. You can use this integration to create links and enable traceability between a Rational DOORS requirement and a Rational ClearQuest change request. Open Services Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) provides the integration between the two products.
Released: November 1, 2012
Abstract: This white paper provides you with the details on the architecture of integrations between Rational Focal Point and Rational Publishing Engine. This white paper also describes how to customize report templates in Rational Publishing Engine Studio based on your reporting needs in Rational Focal Point. This white paper outlines the benefits, advantages, and scope of the integration.
Released: October 19, 2012
Abstract: Rational License Key Server backup alternatives exist to keep your critical Rational applications up and running. The backup alternatives also to reduce downtime from unplanned outages. This white paper covers different methods to establish backup recovery.
Released: October 15, 2012
Abstract: This white paper describes how Rational Token based licensing works. This paper includes information on token based license advantages, license key generation, logging, and best practices.
Released: October 24, 2012
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Abstract: You can leverage your investment in IBM Rational ClearCase and enhance it with agile planning, work item execution and change management with IBM Rational Team Concert. This document provides information about the necessary requirements and identifies resources that will assist you in setting up the integration.
Released: November 30, 2012
Author: Christopher Guild