What is the Rational RFE Community?
The Rational® RFE Community is a place where you can collaborate with Rational development teams and other product users through your ability to search, view, comment on, submit, and track product requests for enhancement (RFEs).
The community acts as a front-end database bridged to the back-end Rational ClearQuest® database called RATLC. New submissions, user comments, status changes, and developer comments are bridged between the Rational RFE Community and RATLC several times a day. The bridge to RATLC allows our development teams to work with the process and tools they are most comfortable with, while allowing our users to collaborate in an open community environment.
With this change, we can:
Some popular features of the Rational RFE Community:
What questions do you have?
And best of all, the IBM Support Assistant is more intuitive and easier to use than ever!
IBM Support Assistant is a complimentary software offering which provides clients with a workbench to help clients with problem determination. With focus on quickly finding key information, running automated data collection and a variety of serviceability tools, clients will be prepared for self-analysis and diagnosis on a wide variety of software problems.
The latest release includes new ways to augment problem determination and enhancements to existing features that you have come to rely on. These new capabilities will allow you to expand your level of analysis from the IBM Support Assistant workbench. Enhancements to this release include increased usability across many key areas of IBM Support Assistant and improved local and remote functions.
Some of the new and expanded features include:
You can get more release information and technical details at the following resource: http
Whoo hoo! Alert readers will notice something new.... Notes from Rational Support has been migrated from old skool developerWorks to the new My developerWorks platform.
Not sure exactly what that entails, but it'll be fun finding out! :-)
More to come...
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You should shell share your IBM Rational Test Workbench with IBM Rational Performance Tester.
Note: Google.com application is used in this example.
Scenario 1: No variable or datapool created
c) Execute the schedule. Workbench automatically assigns one test per device.
Scenario 2: Defining a variable and assigning the user group to specfic device
a) Create a variable named “RTW
b) To assign the specific device to the user group, initialize the “RTW
c) Repeat the same steps for the other test as well and execute the schedule.
d) As specified, each test will be executed in respective devices.
Scenario 3: Creating Datapool and assigning devices
8. Execute the schedule.
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It is quite useful to be able to get notifications when a run completes. This feature is available in IBM Rational Performance Tester (RPT) 8.7.
To stop a test gracefully without causing incomplete page hits, select the Active actions are allowed to complete if stop requested check box at Window > Preferences > Test > Test Execution.
To receive email notification for the status of the run, specify the email properties in Window > Preferences > Test > Test Execution.
Note: If you run an HTTP schedule on a remote Macintosh computer, the test fails. The cipher suite that is used for recording must be available in Oracle JDK on the Macintosh computer. For example, you can use TLS_
Using this feature you can get notified after your schedule, test and compound test run completion. Multiple email addresses can be separated by comma. Sample email message that would be sent.