Another installment of articles on developerWorks Rational
Our periodic roundup of tech articles from developerWorks Rational is hot off the presses again. The following articles went live over the past week and a half:
Implement workspaces to model multiple versions of DoDAF 2 architectures
By: Franki Schafrik
Abstract: Learn how to implement IBM Rational System Architect workspaces for different versions of enterprise, as-is, and to-be architectures; for integrating a system of systems; and for trade-off analysis. The author also describes benefits of each scenario and four software tools to analyze workspaces.
Products: IBM Rational System Architect
How to configure IBM Rational Change 5.3 to run in FIPS mode
By: Pradeep K. Shashidhar
Abstract: Increase security by following these steps to configure Rational Change 5.3 to run in Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) mode. This article provides code for all configuration changes required in the application, the Java Runtime Environment (JRE), and the web server.
Products: IBM Rational Change
Three ways to do more with Rational Build Forge capabilities
By: Ashish Aggarwal
Abstract: You can use the included command line Java and Perl APIs to handle software builds through IBM Rational Build Forge, rather than the management console. You can also integrate it with Jazz-based testing and change-and-release management tools. This article explains how, complete with sample code.
Products: IBM Rational Build Forge
Configure secure access for multiple installations of Rational Team Concert
By: Murali Dhandapani
Abstract: For secure access to multiple installations of Rational Team Concert, you need the Network Deployment version of IBM WebSphere Application Server. Learn how to get an SSL certificate and how to install and configure it on each of the profiles created in Version 6.1 or 7.0 of the application server.
Products: IBM Rational Team Concert