The folks over at Jazz.net have been busy this month! Check out all the great content brought to you in August through the Jazz.net technical library! And don't forget that you can get a t-shirt if you submit an article!
Use approvals to enforce test driven development, code reviews and integration testing in Rational Team Concert
Deepa Saini shows how the approval process can be leveraged in Rational Team Concert to enforce Test Driven Development (TDD), code review and integration testing as part of project process. TDD, reviews, and integration testing put in practice ensure quality software development. For users new to project process implementation, this article assists in getting started with this implementation in Rational Team Concert right away. For users who are familiar with processes and would like to implement these quality practices, this is the right pointer on how to get them set up in their project process.
Execute JUnit test scenarios with Rational Quality Manager
Unit testing is the first step towards delivering Quality software. Junit is one of the tools used by developers to perform unit testing activities. This article explains the procedure to manage & execute JUnit test scenarios from Rational Quality manager.
Supported Rational Connector for SAP Solution Manager Topologies
In order to simplify a range of deployment choices, this article outlines the supported topologies which IBM has tested the Rational Connector for SAP Solution Manager against. Be advised that other scenarios might lie outside of what is supported by IBM. Before planning a deployment of the Rational Connector in your environment, note which topology is most applicable to your deployment and what is unique in your environment, then contact IBM Support through your normal channels to help you better prepare for your deployment.
Workarounds: Web client and server problems in Rational Requirements Composer 4.0.3 and Rational DOORS Next Generation 4.0.3
The following known problems are related to the web client and server in the Requirements Management application 4.0.3 release.
Workarounds: Web Client and Server problems in Rational Requirements Composer 4.0.2 and DOORS Next Generation 4.0.2
This article lists the known problems, workarounds, and limitations related to the Web Client and Server functionality in the Rational Requirements Composer 4.0.2 and DOORS Next Generation 4.0.2 release.
Workarounds: Web Client and Server problems in Rational Requirements Composer 4.0.1 and DOORS Next Generation 4.0.1
The article lists the known problems, workarounds, and limitations related to the Web Client and Server functionality in the Rational Requirements Composer 4.0.1 and DOORS Next Generation 4.0.1 release.
Agile DevOps: Build a DevOps dashboard
What if you could get instant feedback on the health of your software system with every change applied -- not only to the software application, but also to the database, infrastructure, and configuration? In this final Agile DevOps installment, DevOps expert Paul Duvall helps you set up a DevOps dashboard by using the open source CanaryBoard tool. The dashboard reveals the state of the entire software system under development -- from check-in to production -- at a glance.
Collaborative Lifecycle Management 4.0.4 Online Help (in progress)
This information center includes the 'under development' and 'in progress' help documentation for version 4.0.4 of Rational Quality Manager, Rational Team Concert, and Rational Requirements Composer.
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