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Here are some key features to look at in the Beta:
And here is what we were thinking about when we created IBM Knowledge Center:
We thought about what tasks people will have in mind when they come to IBM Knowledge Center. Who is coming here for what? What’s the value from your perspective? For one thing, across the board, the value is not just knowledge, but getting to the knowledge faster, to get access to it more easily. It needs to be more inclusive, so we’re putting your experience before the technical experience. It’s a bit of an attitude change for IBM, an attitude that is more focused on how you need to get access to the product information as a whole.
When you look at the new IBM Knowledge Cent
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It's been a while since we've highlighted some of the other blogs here on dW (and elsewhere around the internet) that talk about topics relevant to Rational Support clients. So, here are a few of the latest posts from those great sources of information and help from the thought leaders themselves...
Continuous Delivery is Mainstream- So What’s the Problem?- A new Infinite Undo blog article provides some great examples from Google, Amazon and Facebook that demonstrate that Continuous Delivery is mainstream. Core practices and techniques that support DevOps and continuous delivery...
XL C/C++ for Linux on System z Managed Beta Announcement- We are pleased to announce the Managed Beta Program for IBM®XL C/C++ for Linux on System z. This Beta Program is separated into two stages, namely, features and compatibility, and, quality and performance. Clients participating in the...
Rational Functional tester - Generating Key Events through scripting- Scenario To input text without using inputChars( ) /inputKeys( )/setText( ) etc. Approach Following Code snippet can be used to input the characters into the text box...
How to get an activation kit if you did not order the product from Passport Advantage- Joe Pluta wrote an excellent article on how the 2 different ordering channels for Rational Developer for i http
Hot off the press! Service Virtualization For Dummies, IBM Limited Edition now available- You may be hearing a lot about serv
DevOps For Dummies eBook - IBM Limited Edition - now available! You have probably heard about DevOps but you want to cut through the hype and understand more about this approach. That is the genesis of DevOps For Dummies, authored by IBM's Sanjeev Sharma. It is written to appeal to both practitioners and managers and...
Gartner's 2014 strategy pick has DevOps in its sight- It seems that every year, as soon as the Thanksgiving leftovers are put away, the lists of the year's best books, movies, CDs appear, quickly followed by the lists of predictions for the next year's top trends. Gartner's top 10...
Top 10 Reasons to Join the DevOps Community- 10. We are highly interactive virtual community--not just a forum or distribution list The DevOps Community provides a collaborative environment with discussion groups, work groups focused on hard topics, interaction with some of the...
Updating WebSphere 8.0 to 8.x and 8.5.5.x In Rational Automation Framework- Some customers have been running into a problem when adding patches and fixes to their 8.0 WebSphere environments. The most common issue exists within existing environments that were not originally installed with Rational Automation Framework. When...
Hungry for knowledge? Here come the Learning Circles- The Lear
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Accepting a change set with a gap in the RTC 4.0.5 Client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE- This video demonstrates how to accept a change set with a gap in the Rational Team Concert Client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE.
For a demonstration on how to accept multiple change sets with a gap in the RTC 4.0.5 Client for Microsoft Visual Studio ID, as well as other gap related features that were not mentioned in this video, please visit the following page
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Coming off the holidays, this entry is a short list of the most recent list of the latest and greatest downloads which have gone live from Rational Support since our last downloads post on December 27th! These links below are provided to help you find the fixes you need in order to stay up to date and successful with your Rational products.... And, while you have some down-time before the new year (hopefully) don't forget to check out the downloads tag to see any of the fixes you may have previously missed:
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