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The Rational Test Workbench family of products includes
These products have optional components and sometimes it's hard to figure out which package to down load to get everything needed for one of the products.
The components are available individually but they're also bundled into three offerings
RTW (Rational Test Workbench) Offering contains
RPTS (Rational Performance Test Server) Offering contains
RTVS (Rational Test Virtualization Server) Offering contains
Note that some of the individual products are available in two different offerings. In addition some of the optional components for a product requires obtaining two of the three offerings.
For example, to get Rational Performance Tester you'll want the Rational Test Workbench Offering and then the Rational Performance Tester Agent from either the RPTS or RTVS offering.
The complete set of four components for Rational Integration Tester are:
1. Rational Integration Tester (RIT)
2. Rational Integration Tester Agent (RITA)
3. Rational Integration Tester Platform Pack (RITPP)
4. Rational Tester Control Panel (RTCP)
It doesn't matter which offerings these components are obtained, as long as you get all four of them. For Rational Integration Tester customers I usually recommend getting the Rational Test Workbench offering which includes RIT, RITPP, RTCP, and then either the RPTS or RTVS component to get the Rational Integration Tester Agent.
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Achieving continuous deployment with UrbanCode Deploy by integrating with Rational Team Concert - This article on jazz.net explains in detail how to add the Rational Team Concert integration in Urban Code Deploy and how to extract files from RTC source control management and add in component versions. In our scenario, we have to extract artifacts from Rational Team Concert (RTC) and load them in to components of UCD. However, UCD doesn't include RTC for source configuration by default. So, we will have to download and install a plugin so that we can extract artifacts from RTC.
Read on for more detailed steps as authored by Shuchita Tripathi, an IBM Rational Product Specialist in Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. within Technology Excellence Group (TEG).
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As a welcome to the new year, we've just released th IBM Technical Support mobile app for Android which is now available via Google Play!
You can use this mobile app to:
The IBM Technical Support mobile app provides a new way for you to get quick, effective product technical support assistance from IBM. Check it out by downloading it from
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Mobilizing your business with IBM Rational Application Developer, IBM DevOps Services & IBM Bluemix - Alvin Tan (Senior Development Manager, Rational Application Developer) leads a discussion with William Smith (Market and Product Line Manager, Rational Integrated Development Environments), Victor Sosa (Software Engineer, Rational Application Developer, and Troy Bishop (Advisory Software Developer, Rational Application Developer). The four presenters discuss mobilization and interconnecting with DevOps and BlueMix with Rational Application Developer.
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I'm sure we all agree that the single most exciting thing to happen in 2014 was the delivery of a 64-bit client for Rational DOORS.
Following on from this, in 9.6.1, we also deliver DOORS Web Access (DWA) in 64-bit.
However, do note that 32-bit builds are no longer built and delivered in parallel. So what? If you have 32-bit hardware, you cannot upgrade to DOORS 9.6.1 or DOORS Web Access 9.6.1. The last version to ship 32-bit builds of DWA and the DOORS client is 184.108.40.206.
The legendary DOORS client/server compatibility remains – so users with 32-bit hardware can be on the 220.127.116.11 32-bit client while those with 64-bit can move to 9.6.1.