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Managing IBM i applications using Rational Team Concert and ARCAD Pack for Rational
Learn from Ray Bernardi (Technical Support Specialist, ARCAD Software), about the ARCAD and IBM DevOps toolset which provides the support you need to include IBM i development in your continuous integration strategy accurately and automatically.
This article examines how the ARCAD Pack for Rational extends both IBM® Rational Team Concert™ and IBM® Rational® Developer for i to manage legacy IBM® i based applications and facilitate the adoption of agile software development and DevOps principles. These techniques make your organization nimble; they give you the ability to react to change quickly and efficiently.
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After successful installation of Rational Integration Tester (RIT) on a server machine, only admin users will be able to launch and use the tool. When a non-admin user opens the tool, following error is thrown:
"Locking is not possible in the Directory <>, A common Reason is that the file system or Runtime Environment does not support file locking
1. Browse to the RIT installation location
for instance it could be <installation dire
2. Open the config.ini file in an text editor
3. Add the line "osgi.locking=none" in the file
4. Save and exit
User should be able to launch RIT now
1. As an Admin user (user who has write access to RIT application folder), run Library Manager
3. Click [OK] to save changes in the Library Manager
User should be able to launch RIT now
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Today's agile development teams are building the world’s most complex systems while being privy to an incredibly robust body of knowledge, including Lean, Product Development Flow, Agile, XP, Scrum and Kanban. The Scaled Agile Framework™ (SAFe) integrates and builds on that pool of knowledge to help address this growing systems complexity. In fact, the next version of SAFe will incorporate Kanban for teams in addition to Scrum and XP.
Come hear Dean Leffingwell, Founder of SAFe, share the latest news. Joining Dean is Amy Silberbauer, IBM Executive IT Specialist, Solution Specialist, Enterprise Scaled Agile, SAFe, DevOps, Steer. Amy will share a progress update on the the IBM development teams-of-teams adoption of SAFe and DevOps and present a high-level overview of IBM's SAFe solution within an IBM DevOps approach. Learn how SAFe, combined with IBM DevOps, provides a comprehensive process and tooling framework that will optimize your end-to-end lifecycle for efficiency and effectiveness.
Dean Leffingwell, Director and Chief Methodologist at Scaled Agile, Inc.
Widely recognized as a leading authority on software development, Dean Leffingwell is an author, serial entrepreneur, and software development methodologist. He is the creator of the Scaled Agile Framework, and author of five books on software development. His most recent books Agile Software Requirements: Lean Requirements Practices for Teams, Programs, and the Enterprise, and Scaling Software Agility: Best Practices for Large Enterprises, form much of the basis of modern thinking on Lean-Agile software development principles and practices.
Founder of several successful startups, including Requisite, Inc., makers of RequisitePro (acquired by Rational), Mr. Leffingwell also served as Chief Methodologist to Rally Software, and prior to that, as a Sr. Vice President at Rational Software (now part of IBM). He currently serves as Chief Methodologist and CEO at Scaled Agile, Inc., which he co-founded in 2011.
Amy Silberbauer, Executive IT Specialist, Solution Specialist, Enterprise Scaled Agile, SAFe, DevOps Steer
Amy Silberbauer is an Executive IT Specialist in the IBM Rational organization. She currently serves as a Solution Specialist responsible for defining and driving Rational’s DevOps Steer and Scaled Agile solutions. She has hands on experience leading an internal SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework) transformation project, evangelizing SAFe concepts within Rational and beyond to other teams in IBM, and working with customers considering similar transformations. She is a Certified SAFe Program Consultant. She is a recognized subject matter expert on software development lifecycle solutions, including Enterprise Modernization and SOA.
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For Example, look at the below screenshot where few execution states are renamed.
The generated report, for example "TSE
STEPS TO REPRODUCE:
1. Navigate to Manage Project Properties → Execution States and rename the existing Execution state Permanently Failed to Unavailable.
2. Save the Changes
3. Log out and log back in
4. Create a Test Suite with a few Test Cases
5. Run the Test Suite. Set each of the Test Case results to Unavailable
6. Browse the TCER's and verify the results are set to Unavailable
7. Run the “TSER using Test Case Count (Live)” Report".
8. Note that the column names and Graphs do not reflect the modifications done to the execution states
This behavior is identified as a product defect