Help! I just accidentally deleted the Parent graphic from a Rational System Architect (RSA) 220.127.116.11 SV-4 data flow child diagram and I need to get it back!
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You were working on a project in Rational System Architect and you misclicked and accidentally deleted the Parent graphic. From a SV-4 data flow child diagram no less. You need to get this back in working shape before your boss gets upset. But what can you do?
If a parent graphic is removed from a child diagram, there is no way to add it back on. That being said, there is a workaround that might work for you:
1. Go to the original parent diagram
Hopefully, this will get you back on the road to finishing up the work you were doing before your accidental misclick.
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There are several questions which come up when you are performance testing your application using IBM Rational Performance Tester (RPT). Among all such questions, let's discussion on question like "How to measure the client side page rendering with RPT?" You might say, that you script measuring only the downloading of multiple request/ response for the specific click event and its not capturing the service level agreement statistics to display the downloaded request\response as per the browser level. It could also be a case where, when a script is recorded in RPT, the manual navigation from one page to another takes a lot of time. However, when the script is played back, the response times vary less when compared to what you see manually.
Now, lets look at this from RPT perspective.
IBM Rational Performance Tester is a server load testing tool, designed to measure effects of multiple users on a server. As such it does not make use of a client side browser instead simply interacting with the server
As you know, RPT is used to measure the response time between the fist byte sent in the page's first request and last byte received during the response from the server. The client side experience (how long for a page to be
So in short, there exists no straight forward way to get the measurement metrics pertaining to the client side browser rendering in RPT. However, The client side rendering may be captured as 'Client processing delay' in the recorded test. There may be counter(s) that measure the net server response time but there could be no counters for client rendering. That is understandable because there is no "client" and so no "rendering" that actually takes place when a load is being driven by RPT.
Here's a short note on the impa
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This article is regarding Rational CLM integration with JIRA, able to get the information that JIRA can be integrated with CLM containers (RRC, RTC and RQM) with Rational Adapter for JIRA.
Advantages of RTC and JIRA Integration
Following are some of the benefits that an organization will get by integrating RTC with JIRA:
As per the topology, JIRA application is installed on a single application server and the CLM applications are also installed on a single application server.
For example: Standard Topology
The JIRA application server communicates with the CLM application server through server friend relationships. The adapter resolves links from CLM work items back to the JIRA server.
As long as the JIRA application can connect or ping to the repository you may install it on the same machine or another server
RPT Schedule execution on local machine results in error: com/ibm/lang/management/OperatingSystemMXBean
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IBM Rational Performance Tester (RPT) supports schedule execution to be carried out on a separate controller machine (Agent machine), which in fact is a recommended way of script execution. It also supports, to an extent, executing the minimal amount of user load execution locally on the workbench machine (not recommended for production level testing).
When executing a schedule under RPT
The following attempts were made to debug this further:
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As we begin to wind down from our summer season activities and our children return to school, it is time to celebrate this American federal holiday. This is a day where we recognize the contributions of the American worker. It is a day where we take some time off to relax and enjoy the company of our family and friends while sharing our favorite backyard barbecue.
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