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Capturing Failure Mode and Effects Analysis in DOORS Next Generation Using Templates and Extensions- Capturing Failure Mode and Effects Analysis in DOORS Next Generation Using Templates and Extensions with Justin Dyer.
And a special bonus video:
Usability Features of IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation V4.0.5- This video highlights some of the usability features of IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation by walking through some common requirements management tasks using the projects web user interface.
- Rational DOORS Next Generation project page on jazz.net (htt
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If you are using Rational Team Concert (RTC) 184.108.40.206 and an Oracle database, trying to load a plan with more than 1000 work items may fail.
Here are the symptoms and errors:
a. In the web client, it shows the below error:
b. In the Eclipse client, it gives the warning that it has more than 1000 work items.
However, ignoring the warning still doesn’t help in loading the workitems on the planned items tab.
c. The complete error is as follows:
If the working environment is a combination of RTC 220.127.116.11 version and Oracle database only and this issue is encountered, one has come across a known defect.
Here are the details of the defect work item from jazz.net and this is fixed in RTC 4.0.1: http
In case you need a fix, a PMR needs to be raised with IBM Rational Client Support asking for a hot-fix, along with the mention of the existing hot-fixes installed, if any.
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Consider this scenario: An Analyst removed and deleted certain artifacts within a IBM Rational Requirements Composer (RRC) module. These artifacts were linked to IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC) work items.
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Rational Quality Manager v4.x: Best Practices in Manual Testing- In this video presentation, Dennis Schultz and Joshua Burton take you through an introduction to manual testing with Rational Quality Manager v4, and beyond, including test case designs, recording manual tests, and augmenting manual tests with automation.
And don't miss the next two videos with presentations based on content from last year's IBM Innovate!
Rational Quality Manager v4.0.1: Best Practices, with Examples, Part 1- with Allison Lynch, Advisory Test Architect, and Kathy Endres, Test Architect, Rational System and Integration Test. Topics include: - Test Planning and Construction, Test Plan, Test Case, Test Suite, and Test Script
Rational Quality Manager v4.0.1: Best Practices, with Examples, Part 2- with Allison Lynch, Advisory Test Architect, and Kathy Endres, Test Architect, Rational System and Integration Test. Topics include: Test Execution and Administration
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84% of us check our Smartphones as soon as we wake up. Guilty. Research shows that most of us who use social media for customer service expect a very quick response. Guilty again; but that’s actually my expectation for every customer service interaction. And I expect it to be personal and meaningful. I hate unproductive wait time. Are my standards too high?
Down time has become more critical in a Bring Your Own Device world hooked on 24X7 access and response. Grabbing a cup of coffee is often my answer, but when thousands of users are idled because a mission critical app is down the cost is more than a few bucks. IDC and others gauge the cost of down time at a whopping $100K/hr per thousand users. Dunn & Bradstreet says a typical organization annually loses 14 hours to app down time and that is increasing by 12% every year. That’s burning real money fast.
Having an Accelerated Value Leader is the ticket to personal, meaningful interactions that often result in zero down time - for less than cost of a couple hours of wasted productivity. One Semiconductor Company with whom AVP partners went from multiple critical incidents that repeatedly brought their global dev teams to a full stop, to zero critical incidents in the first year of the program. That’s a tangible ROI of >$450K - and it’s just part of what we accomplished together.
Interested? Come by Asia 5 at IBM Innovate2014 and learn why more than half of the world’s top 25 public companies choose AVP.