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Sign up for notifications that will allow you to follow the progress of those APARs that are important to you. APAR information is available on the Web to allow you to track the progress of the reported defect.
In addition to the information that is being published when APARs are closed, many Rational products are also publishing open APARs to the Web. ClearQuest (as of April 1st) is the latest to join the growing list of Rational products publishing open APARs and providing valuable defect information.
For further details about accessing open APARs on the Web, and a list of Rational products publishing open APARs, refer to technote 1461170: “Open APARs for Rational products available on the Web”.
Post Author: Denise McKinnon
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This week we have a metric tonne of downloads for you to enjoy! Following are the downloads released and posted since April 3rd, 2012.
IBM Rational ClearCase:
IBM Rational ClearQuest:
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Here are three examples (the last is also embedded in this post) of playlists to get you started and show the value of following the playlists specific to the product you care about:
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Over the past month of November, these were the most heavily reused support generated documents associated with the PMRs which came in over the same time period. These are the docs which helped solve your cases during November, highlighted here to hopefully help others avoi
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The following articles, trials, webcasts, and featured contributing author highlights all went live on developerWorks Rational in the past two weeks. You won't want to miss these great resources!
Install the DB2 database included in Rational ClearQuest for better support
Create or automatically generate baselines from multiple RequisitePro projects
Case study of the Rational Harmony systems engineering process, Part 1
Case study of the Rational Harmony systems engineering process, Part 2
This week we are highlighting the following items on the developerWorks Rational home page and product pages that you may find of interest:
We are also very pleased to feature Contributing Author Steve Speicher
Steve Speicher is an IBM Senior Technical Staff Member who focuses on Rational change management solutions and integrations. He is the lead for the Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) Core and Change Management areas, which deliver open REST and Linked Data specifications, as well as implementations within the Rational change management products. Steve formerly worked in emerging standardization efforts in healthcare and compound documents (W3C). He received an IBM Software Group Master Inventor award in 2009.