Rational Rhapsody Tables: The Basics of Tables - In this video Technical Specialists Andy Lapping takes you through the use of the basic, yet powerful Rhapsody concept of tables. Table cell data is generated in Rhapsody from the information already in the browser. Andy also covers table layouts, structure and properties and then performs some example scenarios.
More IBM Rational Rhapsody Tables tutorials can be found below... click through the titles to view them!
Rational Rhapsody Tables: Populating Cell Data Using the API- In this session Andy Lapping takes you through using the API to populate table data. This is the 3rd video in a series of using IBM Rational Rhapsody tables, in-depth. Tables can be a powerful way of collecting and arranging project model data for other uses.
Continuing with our Innovate presenters theme, today we spotlight James Chung. As one of the presenters for next week's IBM Innovate2010 conference, James will be speaking on "How to reference a datasource using Resource Injection in a JEE application using IBM Rational Application Developer (IRAD) and WebSphere". Read on below for James' speaking schedule and abstract, and to learn more before you meet him at Innovate2010!
Tell us a little about yourself: who are you, what is your role in Rational Client Support? I started out in the RAD L2 support for one year as a contractor. It wasn't even called RAD at that time. The tool was called WSAD. After that, I rejoined as a full time and after 2 years, joined the Premium Support/Accelerated Value (AVP) team. This will be the third year that I will be assigned to work 100% with US Social Security Administration. AVP is really a great program. Being engaged with the same customer on a daily basis really allow me to build a relationship and know their environment which in turn provides me with the ability to assist them more efficiently and effectively.
How long have you been working for IBM and Rational? Hard to believe but it will be 6 years as of May.
Describe a normal day for you. I work mostly from home, so for most days the commute to work is just a couple flight of stairs. Contact with my customers is through phone, email, and occasional on-site visit. I check CallCenter a couple of times to see if there are any new issues or see if there are any updates. Coworkers will also find me on Sametime and I am very prompt responding to my emails.
What project are you the most proud of? Currently it will be the speaker role in Innovate 2010. I am partnering with my customer (US Social Security Administration) and the details of our session is as follows:
Session:MAC-2153A: Case Study: Using Rational Application Developer to develop JEE solutions for WebSphere at US Social Security Administration When: Tue, 8/Jun, 01:45 PM - 02:45 PM Where: Dolphin - Asia 1
Abstract: This presentation will provide a quick introduction to JEE, limitations of JPA and provide a background case study involving Social Security Administration (SSA) and Rational Accelerated Value Program that lead to this solution. The demo will make use of IBM Rational Application Developer 7.5 for code development and WebSphere 7.0 for deployment of the finished JEE application.
What's the coolest piece of tech news you've heard lately? Recently I was reading about Enhanced Vision that creates 6th sense. It consist of a computer enhanced eye tracking technology that is mounted onto a pair of glasses. The technology could be used to find out information. Example, you are in a new city. You look at a building and instantly you get information about the building and the surrounding areas or you run into someone you haven't seen for a long time and this technology is able to provide you the information about the person. Pretty cool till someone figures out how to link up advertisements into the feed .
What is your favorite part of working for Rational Client Support? Solving customers' problems and trying to ensure the solution is available to everyone by sharing the knowledge. The other amazing part of RCS and IBM is that we are a world within a world. We have so much diversity culturally, geographically but no matter who you contact, everyone is ready to help.
What tip or trick would you like to share with the class? Listen. Most times it's not what someone is saying but how they are saying it.
In your spare time, if you have any, what hobbies or activities interest you? Music.
How do you grow your technical skills? Being curious. I read lots of articles, take the occasional class and applying the knowledge to my day to day activities.
Jazz Reporting Service (JRS) Workshop - Authored by Rosa Naranjo and Sudhakar Frederick, this workshop is intended to provide insight into the Jazz Reporting Service (JRS) introduced in CLM v5.0 and updated recently in v5.0.2. Jazz Reporting Service (JRS) is a lightweight reporting solution that provides practitioners with the ability to create their own reports in a powerful yet easy to use interface (without requiring Cognos expertise).
There is a YouTube video series on JRS below as well as a few Jazz.net articles along with the workshop instructions, so click through to learn more!
Here's three new videos for your educational benefit! The first will guide you through portfolio management using Rational Focal Point and Rational System Architect, while the next two will discuss the hierarchy of objects and linking & traceability in Rational DOORS. Good stuff here!
IBM Rational DOORS - Hierarchy of objects- IBM® Rational® DOORS is a requirements management solution optimized for the needs of systems engineering, product development and enterprise I.T., with capabilities to capture, link, trace, analyze, and manage changes to requirements. In Rational DOORS, a requirements document is represented in a formal module. A formal module is a collection of objects. Learn more about object organization in this demo:
IBM Rational DOORS -- Linking and traceability- This IBM Rational DOORS demo focuses on standard DOORS Links and external links. Links are created, deleted, and transversed. Dynamic traceability views are created for the purpose of impact, gap analysis, and scope creep. And finally suspect links are identified and cleared. This demo does not cover collaboration links:
On January 28, 2009, Virgil Titarenco, Rational Telelogic Customer Care Manager, will be conducting a Customer Orientation Webcast, geared specifically for our new Telelogic clients, but open for anyone to attend. Details on the webcast appear below:
You want immediate benefits from your IBM Products and solutions.And because our success depends on your success, we're committed tohelping you get the most from your investment now and for the future!
We are inviting you to attend our January 2009 Customer Orientation Webcast, and ensure that you get the maximum utilization out of your IBM products.
During this informative 45 minute presentation and Q&A, I'll cover the following topics:
Obtaining the most out of your IBM Support experience.
We will walk you through FAQs, tech bulletins, forums and much more.
Introduce you to our training courses, webcasts and professional services offer.
We will discuss/demo how you can create cases, update existingcases, escalate cases, generate case reports and submit enhancementrequests using the IBM Support Website.
I'll also discuss the high level of service you can expect from our existing customer care program.
If you know any people in your organization that are involved inadministration or utilization of any Telelogic products, please letthem know about this webcast that can be helpful in introducing them toIBM Support.
I look forward to meeting you at our next webcast!
This webcast will take place on January 28, 2009, 01:00 PM PST. You can participate using the http://www.webdialogs.com link and the Conference ID: COGITOS.
For audio the US Toll free number is 1-866-907-1016, participant passcode: 910409.
Also, please check out our Telelogic Support Overview page on ibm.com, for important links and FAQs about the Telelogic transition and to help you find the information you are looking for.