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When you sign in to the IBM Knowledge Center, you can save individual topics, groups of topics, or entire collections. After you save content by adding it to My Collections, you can rearrange topics, delete them, rename them, and then format them as PDF files. Refer to the
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IBM Rational Performance Tester (RPT) 8.6 onwards, the IBM information center for user assistance is known as IBM Knowledge Center (KC). A KC is a central location for finding and organizing information about IBM products.
Below are the links for the knowledge centers:
Documentation with respect to all the older versions of RPT are also listed as seen above.
Few highlights of KC
1. Narrowing search results by selecting products
If a general search provides too many results, reduce the scope of the search to one or more products. You can also click Add Products... under the search field to add more than one product. Click Done to apply your search scope. Only results from the version, product, or products that you selected are returned. The product you selected is shown on the search bar.
2. Other search tools
To find information more quickly, limit your search results by defining filtering options under Search Results. Only the search results that match your filter selections are returned. In addition to using products, you can filter your search results in the following ways:
Date range : See only topics added or changed in the last week, month, or year, or define your own range of dates.
Tasks : Limit results to specific task types, such as installing, migrating, or troubleshooting. Only documents that are defined as that task type are included in search results. Results might be incomplete if some documents have not been assigned task types.
Operating systems : Limit your search to documents that are relevant for the selected operating system and version.
3. Signing in
To add comments to topics, rate topics, save searches, or create your own collections, sign in to IBM Knowledge Center. Click Sign In in the title bar to open the window where you provide your ibm.com ID and password. Your IBM ID is typically an email address. If you do not have an IBM ID, click Register to apply for one.
4. Adding comments
IBM encourages you to add comments to topics. You are welcome to ask questions, offer suggestions, or provide your own hints for success. However, before you do, please read the IBM Knowledge Center Terms and Conditions. IBM tries to ensure that all content on its sites is respectful of people and laws. We need your cooperation to make that happen.
To add public comments to any topic in IBM Knowledge Center, click the Add Comment link. Provide a title that identifies the problem that you are identifying or the suggestion that you are making. Be aware that after you click Submit, your comment is part of the page for all readers to see. You will not be able to edit or delete the message after it is submitted.
5. Creating your own set of topics with My Collections
Print collection or generate pdf and save the file (only from My collections)
6. Sharing topics
From any topic, click Share, and then select how you want to share a link to the Knowledge Center topic.
7. Viewing content in your own language
By default, IBM Knowledge Center shows content in the language that is specified in the Languages setting for your browser. For example, if your browser is set to French, then you see French content if it exists. If content does not exist in your preferred language, that content is shown in English. You can also set your language preference in IBM Knowledge Center by selecting a language from the language list.
To see which other languages are available for a topic, select the topic and click the language name at the end of the topic.
The new IBM Knowledge Center open beta has been extended until early April. This site replaces the individual information centers.
Look at these key features in IBM Knowledge Center:
To get oriented, you can do a few simple things first:
Search for content:
Add a comment:
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Here are some key features to look at in the Beta:
And here is what we were thinking about when we created IBM Knowledge Center:
We thought about what tasks people will have in mind when they come to IBM Knowledge Center. Who is coming here for what? What’s the value from your perspective? For one thing, across the board, the value is not just knowledge, but getting to the knowledge faster, to get access to it more easily. It needs to be more inclusive, so we’re putting your experience before the technical experience. It’s a bit of an attitude change for IBM, an attitude that is more focused on how you need to get access to the product information as a whole.
When you look at the new IBM Knowledge Cent