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Have we got news for you! Integrate Rational ALM applications with SAP Solution Manager! This is a unified approach to managing and testing SAP and non-SAP projects.
This article by Bernd Eberhardt, and IBM Product Manager, provides detailed information on integrating your Rational ALM applications with your SAP Solution Manager installation.
If that isn't enough to get you interested in the article, how about this summary:
Businesses with SAP environments that need to adapt to changing needs quickly will benefit from an open, extensible ALM platform that is based on industry standards. With tools that scale existing processes, reduce costs, and use a quality-based approach, you will meet business objectives efficiently, too. Learn how and why integrating SAP's Solution Manager with Rational ALM applications optimizes deployment for SAP and non-SAP projects.
Still not convinced? This Table of contents should show you just how robust the article is, as Bernd walks through not only the 'why' of this integration, but the 'how' as well.
Complete with screenshots, and a serious list of resources to help guide you beyond this article, you won't want to miss this one.
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We've got a few great new downloads that have been released recently, so let's get right into it! Here's a list of the latest downloads which have gone live from Rational Support since September 25th, presented below to help you find the fixes you need:
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IBM UrbanCode Release playlist- In the series of seven videos below, you will learn about IBM UrbanCode Release, a release management and coordination platform. Each video will auto play after the other for a total runtime of 55 minutes. So grab a pot of coffee, sit back, and enjoy learning about UrbanCode Release!
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Rational Quality Manager v4.0.4: Understanding and Managing Test Case Execution Records (1 of 6)- This video is the first in a series of videos aimed at explaining how you can use test case execution records to plan, execute, and report on testing. Part 1 introduces test case execution records and explains why they are so important.
We've embedded the entire 6 video series playlist here, as well as added links below to allow you to navigate directly to each video if desired:
Exploring Test Case Execution Records (2 of 6)- This video explores existing Rational Quality Manager test case execution records and introduces different ways of generating test case execution records. More info: www.jazz.net
Generating Execution Records for a Single Test Case (3 of 6)- This video demonstrates how to generate test case execution records for a single test case.
Generating Execution Records for All Test Cases In a Plan (4 of 6)- This video demonstrates how to generate test case execution records for all of the test cases in a test plan.
Generating Test Case Execution Records (5 of 6)- This video demonstrates how to generate test case execution records without specifying iterations, test environments, or a test plan.
Test Case Execution Records and Generating Test Results (6 of 6)- This video demonstrates how to run tests using generated test case execution records and how to generate test results without executing test scripts.
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Achieving continuous deployment with UrbanCode Deploy by integrating with Rational Team Concert - This article on jazz.net explains in detail how to add the Rational Team Concert integration in Urban Code Deploy and how to extract files from RTC source control management and add in component versions. In our scenario, we have to extract artifacts from Rational Team Concert (RTC) and load them in to components of UCD. However, UCD doesn't include RTC for source configuration by default. So, we will have to download and install a plugin so that we can extract artifacts from RTC.
Read on for more detailed steps as authored by Shuchita Tripathi, an IBM Rational Product Specialist in Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. within Technology Excellence Group (TEG).