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Abstract: The IBM Rational Developer for System z (RDz) Server Health Checklist is a guide to aid with the installation and configuration of RDz. This document is a supplement and not a replacement for the existing RDz publications.
Released: June 11, 2013
Authors: Roger Newton
AcdntlPoet 2700019V2G Visits (2364)
Here are two great new videos out of Rational User Education have been released! IBM Rational DOORS: Collecting Metrics for Better Results, Parts 1 and 2 with George Siampos. This has been a very popular and broadly attended video seminar which should prove useful for anyone using DOORS:
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A very happy fourth to those who are celebrating it today. Those of us in the states are likely out of the office, stoking the barbecues, and watching the fireworks as is tradition today.
For our global audience, we will return tomorrow with more of our technical content. Until then...
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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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One of our own Technical Support Engineers and content creators has his own blog on developerWorks and is now delivering some great ClearCase specific information to help address issues he discovers in the course of his job supporting the product.
Pedro Luiz Teixeira de Moura is just getting started with his blog, but already has some quality posts in his back pocket of the archives for you to check out:
And don't forget to subscribe to his updates using the RSS feature at the bottom of the page to be sure you don't miss a post.
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Here is another good lesson, among many that I happened to learn, while working with a customer using IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC). While this may not serve as a supported solution for the issue reported, perhaps it can serve as a pointer or guide on the types of things to look for.
I hope this gives some idea for users and the steps that can be taken, in case of a similar situation.
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The IBM Innovate theme this year was "Stay Ahead", and being the new IBM Technical Summit, we saw some great innovation on the expo floor as well as within the multitude of sessions presented.
One of the big stand outs for me was the Liberty Car, a small RC Car modified to be controlled via WiFi using RaspberryPi hardware. The real innovation here is not only in the adaptability of the concept, but the truly low cost incurred (low cost being part of the Raspberry Pi mission). The combined adaptability and low cost make this a seriously accessible platform to begin messing about with and furthering the concepts which Hursley Tech Evangelist Tom Banks talks about in this quick two minute video with Innovate Social Host Katie Linendoll:
In this next short, 6 second Vine clip you can watch Katie driving the Liberty Car: http
For a more detailed explanation and deeper technical discussion, check out Tom Bank's blog post on WASDev.net. This post published in late April serves as an awesome FAQ that covers all the questions I heard being asked at Innovate (and admittedly the same questions I asked as well): http
What better way to stay ahead than by innovating at such an accessible level that anyone of any age can begin learning how to code and adapting hardware to meet new and different needs? To me, everythign about this simple concept embodied both the stay ahead theme as well as the driving ideas behin the new technical summit.
A big thank you and credit to Ryan Boyles for the Youtube and Vine videos.
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Joanne Scouler and Sam Lee discuss and demonstrate some of the essentials in Rational's Engineering Lifecycle Manager (RELM) over the course of these three in-depth videos. For particular topics, be sure to use the tables of contents as seen in the Youtube hosted descriptions of each video to jump to those spots in the videos.
Essentials of IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager, Part 1- Run time: 41 minutes
Essentials of IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager, Part 2- Run time: 20 minutes
Essentials of IBM Rational Engineering Lifecycle Management, Part 3- Run time: 37 minutes
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We're back from Innovate, IBM's Technical Summit and on the tails of our mid-year release cycles. Even with the busy schedules this past month, our authors are still committed to getting you the best information we can to help you be successful with our products an in your daily work. To that end, here's the articles, featured downloads and upcoming webcasts that went live on developerWorks Rational recently:
New capabilities from IBM put developers in the spotlight
Capture multiple tooltips in one image automatically with IBM Rational Functional Tester
Find out for yourself: 7 new video demonstrations
What's new in IBM Rational Rhapsody 8.0.3 and Rhapsody Design Manager 4.0.3
Ensure effective administration and security in Rational ClearCase 8.0.1
Simplify user management for Collaborative Lifecycle Management applications
Automate deployment of an IBM Worklight customized WAR file with Rational Automation Framework
Server-side mobile application development with IBM Worklight: Parts 1-4
Configure Rational Team Concert to build ISPF Dialog Tag Language components
Using PHP and cURL for server-side caching of dynamic web pages
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IBM developerWorks LIVE! Jam: The jam opened June 11. Come share your ideas for developerWorks.
IBM Rational Rhapsody software's specialized editions help systems engineers and embedded software developers analyze, design, develop, test, and deliver embedded, real-time systems and software.
The Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management is a set of seamlessly integrated applications that work together as one: IBM® Rational Team Concert, IBM® Rational® Quality Manager, and IBM® Rational® Requirements Composer.
Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software on the cloud: http
Rational Team Concert on the cloud: http
Rational Developer for System z on the cloud: http