IBM Rational DOORS Next Gen is supported on Jazz platform helping you to collaborate with other Jazz platform tools like Rational Team Concert and Rational Quality Manager in your environment.
IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation provides additional features like:
Rational DOORS Next Gen has assumed the place of Rational Requirements Management (RM) for the Jazz platform that adds a requirements definition and management application on top of that common platform.
Now let’s discuss the DOORS Next Gen licensing concept.
DOORS Next Gen is the name rendered to the DOORS installation based on Jazz platform where you can enrich your client from a DOORS Next Gen Analyst or a Requirements Composer Client Access license. The contemporary version of the DOORS thick client is available too; this is DOORS 9.5.
Notice the fact, as per the screenshot above, that DOORS Next Gen and Rational Requirements Composer are based on Jazz platform activated by authorized or floating CALs (Client Access Licenses).
The Jazz admin can assign the licenses to the users by logging in to the License Management page which defines the level of access for each user.
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There have been a few queries asking why organizations should use at least one Team Area with all same members as in a Project, using IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC).
We have small projects only about 20 members per each and we don't need separate project members into teams.
--> The following details provide some basic information about Team Areas and their usage in RTC:
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While you should be able to get the list supported integrations with IBM Rational Team Concert in the System Requirements page for the particular version, did you also know there were great resources on integrating with Rational Team Concert with a number of other applications on the jazz.net site? Just check out this quick query to see how much content there really is: http
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We have published two new white papers. The first is for the collaborative integration between Rational Team Concert and Rational Rhapsody. The second covers the date based licensing feature available with Telelogic based Rational products.
Author: Rohan De Noronha
Abstract: This white paper is describes the process of integrating Rational Rhapsody with Rational Team Concert. The white paper demonstrates the collaboration aspects between the two tools in terms of parallel and agile development.
Released: November 28, 2011
Author: Lipsmita Mohanty
Abstract: Some of the Telelogic products under the IBM Rational brand use a date based version license mechanism. The intent of this white paper is to answer questions related to date based licenses and renewals.
Released: November 29, 2011
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