Notes from Rational Support
Ah, summer. That time of year where it seems 30% of the mail in my inbox is out-of-office auto-replies. Everyone's off doing wonderful things.
Vacations. Beaches, Holidays...
One of my colleagues reports that he will be out of the office next week at the Beep Baseball World Series in Stockton, California: League games will stream live all week long. More information at: Boston Renegades.
Those of you in the Mass Lab area can catch the Renegades at the Northeast Beepball Championship in Waltham, MA on August 29.
In IBM Rational Reporting for Development Intelligence (RRDI) or Insight, custom enumeration attributes and values are not stored in the same tables and need other joined queries to access the values in your report.
To create an enumeration report, follow the below steps.
1) Launch Report studio, select create new report, from the package select Blank template and move to Query Explorer.
2) Create three queries for Work-item, Enumeration and Enumeration literals.
2.d) To filter against a specific Enumeration, add a filter to Name field and use the value of Enumeration ID in Enumeration literals value query.
3) Now from the Query Toolbox use Join option to join the above created queries.
Click on Join button to link the common key select "Request ID" from Workitem and Enumeration literal queries.
3.b) Create a join query and name it "Enumeration". Join the query for "Workitem_Enumeration literals" (3.a) and Enumeration (2.b).
Click on the Join button to link the common key, select "Value" from "Workitem_Enumeration literals" and "External ID" from Enumeration queries.
Select the fields from both the queries "Workitem_Enumeration literals" (3.a) and Enumeration (2.b) and place it in Join output query.
4) Now insert the columns of query 3.b in report and run the report.
Additional information can also be found in the Report on custom attributes and enumerations topic in the Deployment wiki on Jazz.net.
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Here are some additional details about the CLM SAP integration. There will be more related topics coming your way - stay tuned...
Solution Manager system documents are displayed by link in the external test management tool. You must activate a service to make this possible.
The service allows following the OSLC “Specified Link” from a Rational Requirements Composer requirement to a Solution Manager blueprint requirement document.
This section uses the External Test Management with IBM Rational Quality Manager > Activate Service to Display Solution Manager Documents.
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What end of year post would be complete without a top ten list? As we wrap up the year running metrics and reports to show our results, we've taken a look back at the past year and found some fun bits of data to help us in the coming year.
So, here you go! These are the top ten most viewed blog posts published on Notes from Rational Support in 2014!
While these were the most viewed, and presumably most helpful, were they also your favourites of the year? Or, did you find other posts more helpful or more enjoyable? Let us know in the comments!
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Have you been to the Rational User Community recently? NO? Then how do you know what's going on in your local Rational User Group?
Rational User Groups are independent, user-run organizations that provide an open forum to promote information exchange between customers and Rational staff. They bring together bright minds and bright ideas. There are over 24,000 members in 97 Rational user groups worldwide. Here's just a quick sampling of the events taking place in May across the global (and virtual) user groups:
Here's just a quick sampling of the events taking place in May across the global (and virtual) user groups: