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Rational Client Support engineers for Rational Test Workbench and Rational Integration Tester were hard at work creating videos covering some important aspects of the programs. There are two series: One series is about using Rational Test Workbench to test Android mobile applications. The other series covers using Rationla Integration Tester with HP Quality Center.
All of these videos are available on the IBM Rational User Education YouTube channel. Thank you to support engineers Rajesh, Kivitha, and Vijayakumar for their work on these videos!
Here is a look at one of the videos on YouTube. Visit the video page for higher resolutions:
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From the TheO
Death to Manual Deployments- "Why is deployment automation suddenly hot? Should I care? If so, what do I need to worry about and where do I get started? In this session Eric Minik will answer these questions and more. A confluence of forces has driven application deployment automation into the mainstream. In this session, we will dive into the trouble spots many organizations have with their application deployments and what that teaches us about what they need from deployment automation. "
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These are ten of the most recent How-To technotes for IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC). We know you will find them as helpful as we do, especially since they were all created based on client calls/ emails that have come in to our Support Engineers and the answers from which have been reused to solve even more PMRs than just the initial call...
How to manage the size of the RTC log file- How do you manage the log size in IBM Rational Team Concert(RTC)?
How to view the previous states of RTC dashboard- How do you view the previous states of dashboards in IBM Rational Team Concert(RTC) on the web browser?
How to trouble shoot Tomcat for RTC flashes and disappears- How can you get detailed information when starting Tomcat for IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC) with command line, for example server.startup.bat, that flashes and disappears?
How to add Resource Tab in Plan View in RTC- How do you add Resource Tab in Plan view in project area created using Scrum process in IBM Rational Team Concert?
Time of checking attachment size of work item in RTC- When does IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC) check the attachment size of work item for upload and is the attachment file compressed during upload?
Supported integrations for Rational Team Concert- Where can you find a list of supported integrations for IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC)?
How to promote a plan view of tree or Kanban display in RTC 4.0.4 or prior- How can you promote a plan view that contains a tree or Kanban display option in the process configuration editor in IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC) version 4.0.4 or prior?
How to restrict file and Folder deletion in IBM RTC- How do you restrict the user from deleting files and folder in IBM Rational Team Concert?
How to perform Rational Team Concert work item transitions with CMI- How do you configure the IBM Rational ClearCase Change Management Integration (CMI) to perform Rational Team Concert (RTC) work item transitions?
How to update Rational Team 8.0.1.x, 8.0.0.x, 7.1.x, 7.0.4.x, 7.0.3.x, or 7.0.2.x installations through IBM Installation Manager- How do you update IBM Rational Team products 8.0.1.x, 8.0.0.x, 7.1.x, 7.0.4.x, 7.0.3.x, or 7.0.2.x versions to a new iFix or Fix Pack using IBM Installation Manager?
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IBM UrbanCode Deploy with IBM BlueMix- There is a great deal of interest with Bluemix, IBM's latest addition to its cloud portfolio. IBM Bluemix is a PaaS system that allows developers to quickly develop and deploy cloud first applications that are composed from a suite of services that are made available in the Bluemix service catalog. The IBM DevOps Services for Bluemix provide a fully hosted cloud environment for managing source code, automating builds, and automating deployments to Bluemix. While IBM DevOps Services provides incredible value to those teams that want and can use a fully integrated DevOps environment in the cloud, there are teams that will not be able to use the feature rich experience with IBM DevOps Services. For example, teams may have security policies in place that do not allow development teams to host code or use development services that are hosted in a public cloud. In these cases, only on-premise tools are allowed. Another example is that enterprise teams often have complex, multi-platform systems that require a bit of synchronization to ensure deployments are correctly executed. Fortunately we have an excellent set of deployment and release solutions as part of the IBM UrbanCode portfolio that can be used with Bluemix when organizational constraints or system complexity demands the value provided by the IBM UrbanCode solutions.
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Interested in learning more about #IBM DOORS Next Generation and CloudOne? View this 5-part video series below to get started
DOORS Next Generation - Episode 1 - Importing Documents: Matt Mendell shows how to import Microsoft Word and spreadsheet documents into the web-based, secure IBM DOORS Next Generation on CloudOne. Video produced by CloudOne.
DOORS Next Generation - Episode 2 - Dashboards and Views: Matt Mendell shows how to view requirements and modules using customizable dashboards and views in the web-based, secure IBM DOORS Next Generation on CloudOne. Video produced by CloudOne.
DOORS Next Generation - Episode 3 - Linking Requirements: Matt Mendell shows how to link sets of requirements - in this case "stakeholder" and "system" requirements - in the web-based secure IBM DOORS Next Generation on CloudOne. Video produced by CloudOne.
DOORS Next Generation - Episode 4 - Navigating Requirements Links: Matt Mendell shows how to navigate and study linked requirements inside the web-based secure IBM DOORS Next Generation on CloudOne. Video produced by CloudOne.
DOORS Next Generation - Episode 5 - Exporting and Reporting: Matt Mendell shows how to export sets of requirements into files and automatically generation documentation from the web-based secure IBM DOORS Next Generation on CloudOne. Video produced by CloudOne.