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The RTC workitem id, which is generated automatically from the system, also assigns an internalID.
When a customer has multiple teams, such as developers and a management team, simultaneously working on projects,
how can you identify which work item ids belong to which projects or departments?
RTC Workitem id's can be prefixed with the project\department names + internalID in attribute customization calculated value script.
You can use this customization if the value of an attribute must be calculated instead of entered by the user. Optionally, the calculated value can depend on the value of other attributes in the same work item. An attribute configured with a calculated value customization should use a read-only presentation. Here are all Calculated Value customizations that you can configure using the Eclipse client:
1) Enable scripts: Go to administrative page of your RTC server : http
5) Save the workitem and verify that the Newid attribute value should be ( "IOT Banking "+in
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In continuing on the topic of Performance testing, Vaughn Rokosz takes a look at some of the common reasons performance tests can fail, and suggests ways of tuning your servers to avoid the common issues.
Take a look at his latest article that includes the following:
For your convenience, here is the link to the previous article on the subject: Creating a perf
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Looking for information about how to build performance simulations?
Building a good simulation of a user population requires expertise at many levels, including:
In the following article Vaughn Rokosz, a technical lead for the CLM performance team, shares some of his experiences with building performance simulations of the Jazz products. He walks through a simple example demonstrating how to build a simulation of a user population that is creating work items in Rational Team Concert. He also shares some of the things used to make the development of performance simulations simpler by attaching the Rational Performance Tester project that he used when working through the example.
Stay tuned for part 2...
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A new article “Rational Team Concert essentials: A developer's perspective: Part 2. Delivering Work Contributions” has been published. It is a continuation of the conversation started in the Part 1 article published earlier this year.
This article series describes many operations a developer is responsible for from the time they join the project to the time where they are ready to deliver their features and fixes. This series is meant to be a helpful collection of "developer's cheat sheets."
A developer's perspective: Part 1. Joining a new team project Explore the main concepts behind Rational Team Concert's change management mechanisms, joining a team project, creating a repository workspace and loading your project components and artifacts. In Part 1 of this series, you will learn how, step-by-step, to join a team project, create a workspace to contribute to your project, and load existing artifacts from your team’s project components.
A developer's perspective: Part 2. Delivering Work Contributions Learn how to use Rational Team Concert to identify your project development commitments, carry out your development activities in a team environment, and deliver your work to your team project.
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Do you need to orchestrate software development and delivery in your complex, heterogeneous environment but you’re not sure where to start? Have you heard about SAFe but you don’t know what it is or why you should care?
blogs about the new feature in Rational Team Concert V6.0 that supports the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe) out of the box. This feature enables you to explore the framework and establish a SAFe Program of your own, complete with the infrastructure, artifacts, best practices, and guidance prescribed by SAFe built right into the tooling.