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SAML is the authentication mechanism that is required for the exchange of data between SAP and the Rational Connector. It’s like two people exchanging keys to each other’s houses. Without the address of the other person’s house, the key can’t be used.
Steps to configure the Server Side for SAML authentication:
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I most commonly see DOORS Web Access (DWA) installed on its own server and I prefer this for two reasons:
An important related note is that DWA should be close to the DOORS database server. A ping should be less than 50ms between where the database server is running and where DWA is running. I have twice seen DWA put in a remote location (a different city), with ping times significantly in excess of 50ms. The performance was unacceptable with operations such as login and opening modules timing out.
Insight on log mechanism implemented in Rational License key server Administration and Reporting tool(ART) 8.1.4.x
@Sharma~Pankaj 270001DHR3 Visits (1267)
In order to generate real time reports in ART tool, you need consistent and accurate data of License server logs. It is the log file that record license chec
Seeing loss of critical log data, a new log mechanism was developed and implemented in RLKS ART 126.96.36.199. Let me give you a brief high level overview of ART tool before we dive deep into the new log mechanism implemented in 188.8.131.52.
RLKS ART server
Saurabh.Tyagi 270005CY2K Visits (1505)
"Software update" redirects here...
Keep calm and install a fix pack. It includes fixing security vulnerabilities and other bugs, and improving the usability or performance.
Fix list for Rational Common Licensing: http
Fix Central allows you to search, select, order, and download fixes to your system with a choice of delivery options. Fixes provide changes to your software, Licensed Internal Code, or machine code that fix known problems, add new function, and keep your system, software, or Hardware Management Console operating efficiently.
Fix Central has been designed to make it easy to find and obtain fixes by providing multiple search and ordering options.
These include the following:
The following are common fix related terms used in Fix Central:
NOTE: Fix Central may require you to log in using your IBM Registration user ID. IBM Registration is a central location for user information used throughout IBM web sites. If you have a sign-on to IBM web sites like Alphaworks or Passport Advantage, this signon is a valid IBM Web ID and can be used to log in to Fix Central. If you are prompted to sign in with an IBM ID and you do not have one, follow the register link provided on the Fix Central Sign On page. Creating an IBM Web ID is a one time, free process.
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Fix Central provides fixes and updates for your system's software, hardware, and operating system : http
Author: Saurabh Tyagi, co-author Kiran Byrappa
Kartik_Chandrasekhar 2700060SE1 Visits (4180)
Sometimes in our days as technical support we find the need to validate what type of OS install is on a machine as a way to identify the environment in which a product may be encountering difficulties.
To help with that discovery, here are two commands we have found to check if an Ubuntu OS install is a server version or desktop setup: