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I'm sure we all agree that the single most exciting thing to happen in 2014 was the delivery of a 64-bit client for Rational DOORS.
Following on from this, in 9.6.1, we also deliver DOORS Web Access (DWA) in 64-bit.
However, do note that 32-bit builds are no longer built and delivered in parallel. So what? If you have 32-bit hardware, you cannot upgrade to DOORS 9.6.1 or DOORS Web Access 9.6.1. The last version to ship 32-bit builds of DWA and the DOORS client is 184.108.40.206.
The legendary DOORS client/server compatibility remains – so users with 32-bit hardware can be on the 220.127.116.11 32-bit client while those with 64-bit can move to 9.6.1.
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Custom Attributes on File Versions in Rational Team Concert 5.0.2- IBM Software developer Magnus Lindgren demos this feature as it is used to support extensibility and traceability for source files.
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Stéphane Leroy (Unleash the Labs CLM, IBM Software Engineer) has created a wonderfully simple table to outline the Test Lab mana
And don't miss Stéphane's most recent posts surrounding his expertise in RTC and enterprise modernization!
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Overview video for IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager, v5.0 - This Overview tour provides an introduction to the main screens in IBM® Rational® Engineering Lifecycle Manager. Each screen is shown and the major usage points are given.
Click through the links below for the other 4 videos in this series (we have hidden them behind the links as the videos will autoplay if embedded here as seen above):
Products video for IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager, v5.0 - The Products tour shows the Browse Products screen and describes typical usage of that screen in the context of a scenario. Other functionality in IBM® Rational® Engineering Lifecycle Manager is discussed where products and product configurations features flow into other areas of the tool, such as versions, branching, file import, and baselines.
Queries video for IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager, v5.0 - The Queries tour shows how queries can be used alone to gather artifacts for a specific purpose or can be used to populate a view. Users can read hover text to find out more about gathered artifacts and act on query results, for example, to run an analysis.
Views video for IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager, v5.0- The Views tour steps users through a simple view creation, using predefined queries called artifact elements. How queries work in views is described. Views and queries have an important relationship; you cannot build a view without populating it with one or more queries.
Analysis video for IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager, v5.0 - Analysis helps users gauge the impact of a change from one artifact to any related artifacts. This video shows users how to run an analysis from a product configuration and from an analysis profile. The video follows a scenario, shows features of the three main Impact Analysis screens, and pulls the use of the three main screens together so users can understand the work flow.
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Ralph Schoon (Unleash The Labs, Leading Technical Sales Professional ) provides two great no-nonsense views into starting up with projects in IBM BlueMix on his external blog rsja
Getting started with BlueMix - Ralph blogs about his experiences with BlueMix and provides some detailed information to help you get started as well: "Recently everyone has their heads in the clouds and I decided to have a peek to find out what it is all about. So I started looking into it. This post is a summary of my first experiences with the IBM BlueMix Cloud Computing offering and how I got started with developing my first applications for it..."
Using RTC to Work with DevOps Services and With Bluemix - Ralph blogs again with a deeper dive into BlueMix and Eclipse that builds upon the post above: "I recently had a look into Bluemix and how to use it with Eclipse to develop cloud applications. The blog post also mentions that there is an integration to DevOps Services that enables to use work items for planning. It also allows to use GIT or Jazz SCM to manage the source code. Recently I had a look into how that works and I would like to share here what I learned. This post assumes you have performed the first steps to setup your environment following the Getting started With Bluemix post already...."