Rational Rhapsody Tables: The Basics of Tables - In this video Technical Specialists Andy Lapping takes you through the use of the basic, yet powerful Rhapsody concept of tables. Table cell data is generated in Rhapsody from the information already in the browser. Andy also covers table layouts, structure and properties and then performs some example scenarios.
More IBM Rational Rhapsody Tables tutorials can be found below... click through the titles to view them!
Rational Rhapsody Tables: Populating Cell Data Using the API- In this session Andy Lapping takes you through using the API to populate table data. This is the 3rd video in a series of using IBM Rational Rhapsody tables, in-depth. Tables can be a powerful way of collecting and arranging project model data for other uses.
IBM Rational DOORS NG: Collaboration through diagramming- This video focuses on the diagram editor of IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation; a fully keyboard accessible graphical editor, that enables your team to visualize and analyze the problem, and gain a better understanding of the scope of the solution, while deriving better requirements.
This demonstration has two parts. 00:43 - Exploring an existing diagram, highlighting features within it 01:53 - Creating a diagram/demonstrating editing capabilities
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Essentials of UrbanCode Deploy: Components- In this video UrbanCode trainer Joanne Scouler takes you through what are components, aspects of a component, creating a component, importing component versions, component processes, and component templates.
How to submit a Request for Enhancement- This video is a short tutorial that demonstrates how to submit a Request For Enhancement (RFE). It uses IBM Platform Products as an example, but you can use RFE for most IBM products.
Rational Test Workbench v8.7: Running test workbench tests from IBM UrbanCode Deploy- With every release testers have a multitude of test cases to execute; including regression testing existing features, testing new features, testing different devices, environments, operating systems, browsers and so on. Using Rational Test Workbench Eclipse Client and UrbanCode Deploy, you can automate a large number of these tests. Watch this video to learn more!
Deploy to IBM Bluemix with the Bluemix Button- In this video you learn how to deploy your application code to IBM Bluemix to share it with others with the simple push of a button - the IBM Bluemix button. This 2 minutes video provides details about how that button works and how you can embed it in various locations.
If you have encountered a Website security certificate error during HTTP recording in RPT, we have the solution for you in the embedded video below! In this video, Roja Ayyagary of Rational Client Support demonstrates how to resolve a website security certificate error that can occur during an HTTP recording in IBM Rational Performance Tester (RPT).
Have you encountered RPT test scripts opening as random characters? If so, this video by Roja Ayyagary of Rational Client Support will walk you through how to resolve this issue of your test scripts opening as random characters in IBM Rational Performance Tester (RPT).
IBM Rational Rhapsody Features You May Have Missed- Another great playlist by IBM Rational User Education which contains a collection of 8 videos created by IBM Rational Technical Specialist Andy Lapping. These videos are short and focus on very useful and profitable Rational Rhapsody features that you may not know about, but can be used to save you time, money, and better extract value from IBM Rational Rhapsody.
IBM Rapid Apps for Bluemix- This playlist from our friends at IBM Rational User Education contains 26 videos surrounding a multitude of how-to topics in the IBM Rapid Apps for BlueMix space. From introductions and demos to deployment, customization to testing, this playlist covers all of the hot topics around IBM Rapid Apps for BlueMix to help you get started through successful launch!
My name is Randy Simmons and I am a Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) Support Engineer specializing in the Requirements and Quality Management Tool. I was tasked to create a Video Series to give internal IBMer’s and external customers a basic understanding and troubleshooting options to use when Java related problems occur using the CLM suite of Tools.
This “Non-Programmer's Guide to Troubleshooting Java in CLM” video series covers the topics below. It will make you more aware of the Java Tools available for download at IBM DeveloperWorks. It give you some background about how Java and JVMs work, what data Rational Support is looking for, and the understanding of how you would go about troubleshooting Java or Performance related issues.
Click through the titles to watch the four videos, or click play on the embedded playlist at the end:
1. Introduction to Java for CLM: This video is a recording from an education session "Non-Programmer's Guide to Troubleshooting Java in CLM". This video provides an introduction to Java for IBM Rational Collaboration Lifecycle Management V5.0 users.
Assess the Impact of a Change- Scott McBride, Senior Managing Consultant with IBM demonstrates how you can link a business service to supporting processes, applications and technology components. Knowing these dependencies will enable you to identify which business activities may be affected by a change in the supporting technologies.
Discovering IBM UrbanCode Deploy (animated)- In this video IBM DevOps Evangelist Eric Minick is interviewed by Jason Green about the advantageous, structure, and components of IBM UrbanCode Deploy as well as how it used to overcome common hurdles in implementing a rapid deployment environment.
00:15 - Why shorter release cycles? 00:38 - What are the common problems UrbanCode Deploy solves? 01:23 - The death of manual deployment? 03:12 - How does UrbanCode Deploy work with existing tools? 04:02 - How do the different tools all fit together? 05:52 - Integration with back-end deployment tools? 09:17 - What makes strong traceability? 12:33 - Speaking the language of the middleware 14:02 - Updating the web service 15:30 - How UrbanCode Deploy tests... 16:42 - Self-service environments
Monitoring a virtual user during RPT schedule execution- This is a demonstration of setting up the monitoring of a virtual user during schedule execution in IBM Rational Performance Tester (RPT) V8.6. This is helpful if you want to check on the status of a virtual user independent of the result of the entire schedule execution. You can find more information about this activity in the Rational Performance Tester documentation: http://ibm.co/1CU5dgT
IBM Rational DOORS Next Gen 101: Overview and Demonstration- In this video distinguished engineer George Decandio gives you an overview of IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation using a PowerPoint slide deck and then takes you into the IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation program to demonstrate how the program works and what benefit it can provide to you. This video is aimed at new, beginner and novice users.
Introduction - Creating your first app with IBM Rapid Apps for Bluemix (Part 1 of 10): Would you like some help getting started with Rapid Apps? Watch this video series to learn how to create your first app. You can follow along and create your own simple app for managing an office supply closet. Your co-workers can use the app to make requests for the office supplies they need. Send your co-workers a confirmation email when they make a request and again when the supplies arrive.
Be sure to click through the rest of the videos below to walk through the whole lifecycle of app creation with BlueMix!
Create a native data set - Creating your first app with IBM Rapid Apps for Bluemix (Part 2 of 10): This video is part 2 in the video series, Create your first app with IBM Rapid Apps for Bluemix. Create a data set to store the supply request information that is submitted to app. Start a data set from scratch by creating a native data set. To begin, define what kind of data you want to collect with your app. Create column headers, which are called attributes and set formatting requirements for each one.
Mobilizing your business with IBM Rational Application Developer, IBM DevOps Services & IBM Bluemix - Alvin Tan (Senior Development Manager, Rational Application Developer) leads a discussion with William Smith (Market and Product Line Manager, Rational Integrated Development Environments), Victor Sosa (Software Engineer, Rational Application Developer, and Troy Bishop (Advisory Software Developer, Rational Application Developer). The four presenters discuss mobilization and interconnecting with DevOps and BlueMix with Rational Application Developer.