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Sanjeev Sharma blogged on his personal site a few weeks back about the presentation he did for the
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Follow-up Tests with Reports/Queries in Rational Quality Manager- Rational Quality Manager includes reporting and querying capabilities to help you stay informed about the status of your project. Use these wherever you are in the test effort to gather in-depth information on things like test case and test script states, testing coverage, test execution progress, and overall project health.
And as a bonus, This video demos how to customize the menu in Rational Quality Manager 4.0.3: IBM Rational Quality Manager v4.0.3: Customizing Menus
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Here's a great three part series in the developerWorks Technical Library on Server-side mobile application development with IBM Worklight:
Part 1: IBM Worklight adapter integration with Java business logic
This part demonstrates how to extend and transform existing server-side business logic assets to the mobile domain without re-e
Developing and testing a JPA-exposed RESTFul service application in Rational Application Developer for WebSphere, using that to create an application logic package as a library to use in mobile application development, and using Worklight Studio to develop and test a server-side mobile application component to use that library.
About the Author:
Bhargav Perepa is a WebSphere architect and IT specialist in the IBM Federal Software Group in Washington DC area. Previously, he was a developer in the Austin WebSphere Development Lab and had Smalltalk and C++ development experience at IBM Chicago. Bhargav holds a master's degree in Computer Science from the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, and a master's in business administration (MBA) from the University of Texas, Austin.
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The IBM Rational Licensing Support Team members are conducting Open Mic sessions that cover different aspects of Rational licensing and are helpful to those looking for more information on the topic. Here is an summary of the Open Mic events coming up.
Feel free to to nominate yourselves, or any members from your team who are interested in taking part in these sessions by entering the details in the Open Mic registration page.
For more information on these and other sessions, see the Rati
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License Usage Order
IBM Rational products requests licenses in a specific order. In an organization we may have combination of authorized user, floating, suite, point-product licenses in the environment, it is essential that we understand the license usage order.
Now let’s try to understand the license usage order. An IBM Rational product that users IBM Rational Common Licensing will request the license in the following order.
For version 7.0 of IBM Rational products, the license key usage order has changed. In releases before 7.0, when a Suite product was being installed, the Rational License Key Administrator (LKAD) application would first try to find a license key corresponding to the Suite. If the Suite key was not available, LKAD would then look for a key corresponding to the product that was running.
The table below describes the license usage order for each IBM Rational Product that uses IBM Rational Common Licensing.
Now let’s check how to change the license usage order. Any changes made in the license usage order can be reversed to previous setting by clicking the "Restore to Defaults" in the license usage mapping window.
To change the license usage order:
The license usage order that you set on your computer is tied to your user ID. If different users log in to your computer with their own user IDs, the license usage order that you may have changed resets to the default order. The new users can set the license usage order for their user IDs. Their settings do not affect your settings.