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Have you seen the latest document published on the topic of Single Sign-On (SSO) support with IBM Rational Asset Manager (RAM) on WebSphere Application Server (WAS)? Support Engineers are consistently asked whether RAM offers this technology. What is Single Sign On (SSO)? SSO is an authentication process that permits a user to enter one name and password in order to access multiple applications.
Rational Asset Manager (RAM) does not contain any implementation for Single sign-on (SSO). Authentication depends on WebSphere Application Server (WAS). If WAS authenticates a user, RAM also believes that the user is authenticated. Therefore, any SSO Support needs to come from WAS and not RAM. RAM has not tested Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML), other TAI based, and other SSO scenarios that are supported by WAS. The published content contains a word attachment for step-by-step instructions to configure SSO with RAM (on WAS) and internal RTC.
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Help! I just accidentally deleted the Parent graphic from a Rational System Architect (RSA) 184.108.40.206 SV-4 data flow child diagram and I need to get it back!
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You were working on a project in Rational System Architect and you misclicked and accidentally deleted the Parent graphic. From a SV-4 data flow child diagram no less. You need to get this back in working shape before your boss gets upset. But what can you do?
If a parent graphic is removed from a child diagram, there is no way to add it back on. That being said, there is a workaround that might work for you:
1. Go to the original parent diagram
Hopefully, this will get you back on the road to finishing up the work you were doing before your accidental misclick.
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What is IBM Education Assistant? IBM Education Assistant is a collection of multimedia educational modules designed to help you gain a better understanding of IBM software products and use them more effectively to meet your business requirements.
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June 28: Architecting Smarter Banking Solutions with IBM CICS and Rational Tools - Register here
June 29: Collaborative Design Management with Rational Software Architect and Rational Rhapsody - Register here
Architecting Smarter Banking Solutions with IBM CICS and Rational Tools
Webcast date: Tuesday, June 28, 2011; 11:00 AM ET
Update GRUG on latest CICS and RDz solutions with focus on Banking sector.
Financial institutions are facing tremendous challenges to adapt, yet often have siloed and constrained legacy systems that are not well suited to a world that is flatter, riskier, and smarter. Watch how the New features in CICS and Rational Developer for System z facilitate adapting existing systems to leverage modern SOA, Web 2.0 and mobile technologies, to achieve flexibility and speed development while still maintaining best practice architectural principals. Utilizing these new features can be easy and non-invasive to the existing systems, so you can adapt while maintaining stability and robustness. Come see how new updates from Rational and CICS support implementing.
Catherine Moxey is an IBM Senior Technical Staff Member in CICS Strategy and Planning
Dave Myers is the System z Application Development Tools Product Line Manager
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Collaborative Design Management with Rational Software Architect and Rational Rhapsody
Webcast date: Wednesday, June 29, 2011; 11:00 AM ET
Software and system architecture and designs help resolve the inherent complexity of intelligent, interconnected and instrumented solutions, but there are numerous challenges that go beyond solution complexity. The extended team of subject matter experts is needed to provide insights and feedback on these designs to make sure the solutions meet the right market demands, satisfy customer needs and deliver the expected quality. Everyone from business analysts, stakeholders and other team members need to be involved from the early stages of development. There's also a need to introduce traceability of designs to requirements and work items and ensure the communication and understanding of plans across stakeholders, architects, operations and beyond.
Levering the Jazz foundation for collaboration, Rational's Collaborative Design Management capabilities aim to extend Rational Software Architect (RSA) and Rational Rhapsody to allow you and your teams to search, browse, comment, discuss, and review your designs from both the existing rich clients as well as from a new Web client just for design management. Capabilities for linking the design artifacts to other lifecycle artifacts through Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) interfaces and for visualizing those traceability links are also key reasons a CDM solution is right for organizations facing complexity issues of all types.
Attend this webcast to learn more about these new capabilities and ask questions directly from our leading experts.
Don Yantzi, IBM Rational
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