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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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It''s becoming more and more common for secure websites to use stronger encryption. That's fine but when recording SSL traffic with Rational Performance Tester that stronger encryption level can prevent RPT from recording traffic from that site.
The solution is to install java policy files that allow use of the stronger encryption methods. This is explained in the the technote Enab
I'll walk you through the steps. The technote would have you start with step 1. But you can start with step 4.
1. The first link in the technote takes you to this link http
From here click on the Java SE 6 link
From here click on IBM SDK Policy Files
From here click on first ibm.com link under SR15
From here select Files for Java 5.0 SR16, Java 6 SR13, Java 6 SR5 (J9 VM2.6), Java 7 SR4, and all later releases and click on Continue
From here click on I agree and then I confirm
Make sure it says
Unrestricted JCE Policy files for the IBM SDK for Java
Then click on Download now
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AcdntlPoet 2700019V2G Visits (1707)
Rather than bog you down with a huge post of five embedded videos, I'll link off to them at their various Youtube specific locations... but before that how about a new blog post from our friends over at jazz.net:
Milestone 3 for the next release of Rational Asset Manager now available: "I am excited that the team recently updated IBM Rational Asset Manager to provide the milestone 3 download for our next release! This will be the final milestone for 7.5.1 as the team now shifts focus to finalizing the product for delivery later this year...." Read on for more! And now, the videos:
And now, the videos:
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"Software update" redirects here...
Keep calm and install a fix pack. It includes fixing security vulnerabilities and other bugs, and improving the usability or performance.
Fix list for Rational Common Licensing: http
Fix Central allows you to search, select, order, and download fixes to your system with a choice of delivery options. Fixes provide changes to your software, Licensed Internal Code, or machine code that fix known problems, add new function, and keep your system, software, or Hardware Management Console operating efficiently.
Fix Central has been designed to make it easy to find and obtain fixes by providing multiple search and ordering options.
These include the following:
The following are common fix related terms used in Fix Central:
NOTE: Fix Central may require you to log in using your IBM Registration user ID. IBM Registration is a central location for user information used throughout IBM web sites. If you have a sign-on to IBM web sites like Alphaworks or Passport Advantage, this signon is a valid IBM Web ID and can be used to log in to Fix Central. If you are prompted to sign in with an IBM ID and you do not have one, follow the register link provided on the Fix Central Sign On page. Creating an IBM Web ID is a one time, free process.
See My IBM profile summary to learn more about IBM Registration.
Fix Central provides fixes and updates for your system's software, hardware, and operating system : http
Author: Saurabh Tyagi, co-author Kiran Byrappa
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The ALM Community is planning the following ALM Office Hour events for March and April:
Is it better to deploy IBM Rational Team Concert incrementally or all at once? Agile Architecture Make sure you email, tweet, and/or blog about these excellent upcoming ALM events! Author: Fariz Saracevic (@FarizSaracevic) Lifecycle Scenario Architect
Agile Architecture Make sure you email, tweet, and/or blog about these excellent upcoming ALM events! Author: Fariz Saracevic (@FarizSaracevic) Lifecycle Scenario Architect
Make sure you email, tweet, and/or blog about these excellent upcoming ALM events!
Author: Fariz Saracevic (@FarizSaracevic) Lifecycle Scenario Architect