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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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Rational Developer for AIX and Linux has made its debut on IBM Education Assistant for Rational! These videos cover various topics for C/C++ and COBOL developers such as multi-machine development, command line code coverage, hybrid debugging and more. These videos are also available on the IBM Rational User Education YouT
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What is IBM Education Assistant? IBM Education Assistant is a collection of multimedia educational modules designed to help you gain a better understanding of IBM software products and use them more effectively to meet your business requirements.
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Our folks were busy the last few weeks of 2013 pulling together some new educational material to help you better understand how you can use test case execution records with IBM Rational Quality Manager (RQM). A new six part video series was published to help explain how you can use test case execution records to plan, execute, and report on testing activities.
These videos are included in the Rati
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Users using IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC) might have a concern, in that the shared queries seen within Eclipse client are not visible in the web-client for a given user.
Shared queries are set up under the Team Area under each project in RTC Eclipse client. To see them in the Web UI, one needs to add the user to that team area, so that the shared folder and queries are visible.
The web client checks that you are a Team member very strongly, as opposed to the Eclipse client. If a user is not listed as a team member, even though he is the query author and the one who shared a query, it will not show on the web.
As a work-around, in personal dashboard one can add a query widget which shows all queries from different teams. In general, the RTC Development team believed that web views should only list the 'Shared in Team' queries where the user is a member of the team.
This is tracked in this work item, which was logged as a defect in jazz.net:
So for end users, as curious as I about this behavior, I hope this note helps.
P.S: At the time of writing, I have tested this behavior in and upto RTC 4.0.3 version only.