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Here is one of the queries that was put across to me (Sumant Renukarya) by one of our clients using IBM Rational Team Concert; a question that was a bit like a puzzle:
I hope this helps some of you avoid the time in researching which download to use when updating your AIX Apache Tomcat server!
Author: Sumant Renukarya
image credit: (c) Used with Permission, Apache Tomcat Foundation
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What does VoiCE stand for?
It's shorthand for VoiCE of the Client Events.
What is it?
VoiCE is a series of 1-day or 2-day confidential conferences held in conjunction with Rational software conferences (Innovate) world-wide. VoiCE is also held at six-month intervals before/after Innovate in some geographies. Organized around product or solution-related tracks, VoiCE is attended by key clients, usually 10-25 per session. VoiCE is sponsored principally by Rational Support and VoiCE sessions are owned by Rational engineering and product delivery. Usually held in a face-to-face setting, VoiCE discussions are about:
VoiCE is geared toward:
Products that our clients are excited about and committed to because they’ve been able to meet directly with development and product teams and influence product direction.
World Wide VoiCE Events in 2010:
If you would like more information about these VoiCE events, please contact the VoiCE team at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Most IBM Rational software products require specific license keys in order to use them. They can be downloaded from the License Key Center, Authorized user fixed term license (FTL) Currently, this license type is not available for Rational products based on the Eclipse framework. Note: Licenses generated since October 2010 do not contain FEATURE lines. INCREMENT lines are used. Floating licenses allow anyone on your network to use Rational products while a license is available. The number of licenses that you purchase and register in License Key Center determines the maximum number of users who can use Rational products concurrently. Named-User Floating
Authorized user fixed term license (FTL)
Currently, this license type is not available for Rational products based on the Eclipse framework.
Note: Licenses generated since October 2010 do not contain FEATURE lines. INCREMENT lines are used.
Floating licenses allow anyone on your network to use Rational products while a license is available. The number of licenses that you purchase and register in License Key Center determines the maximum number of users who can use Rational products concurrently.
Named-user license keys act as floating license keys, except during the import process. IBM Rational® License Key Administrator (LKAD) gives you the opportunity to specify a user for each license key. You assign a user to a key by editing the options file ibmratl.opt. The options file locks the floating license key to the user; allowing the user to use IBM Rational products on multiple clients.
How to Import an Activation kit, Please see below,
The Token based license model allows you to buy a certain number of Tokens (or token-based licenses) for a group of entitled products in an organization. If you use a Rational tool that utilizes a token-based licensing model, then the FEATURE/INCREMENT line in the license file will specify the number of Tokens for check out in total. Tokens do not tie to a product. When the applications are closed, the tokens return to the pool for other end users with any token enabled application to use them.
Note: Mixing tokens-based and non-token-based licenses is not a recommended practice. However, you can mix tokens with traditional product floating licenses. The consuming occurs with floating licenses first, followed by the tokens. You can specify the floating licenses and tokens in the same license file for a single license server. You can also separate into different license files or license servers. The floating licenses must precede the token licenses in the license.dat file.
Author: Saurabh Tyagi
New Whitepaper Published: Developing AJAX Web applications with IBM Rational Application Developer and Dojo
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Abstract: This article describes how to develop AJAX web applications with the IBM® Rational® Application Developer IDE, while using the Dojo libraries shipped with the IBM® WebSphere® Application Server Feature Pack 2.0. This article also provides a practical example, using the Dojo Tree widget.
Many thanks to authors Robert Weisz and James Chung!