kellypuffs 06000168YK Visits (3541)
We have several new IEA modules available:
How to configure the RRC-RequisitePro integrationMany thanks to Steven Ma, Virgil Titarenco, Leila Ezeddin, and Gregory Kong for their work creating these modules!.
And, as always, we'd love to hear from you. Is there a topic you'd like to see in a future IEA module? Leave a comment and let us know!
kellypuffs 06000168YK Visits (3539)
So I was very thrilled to find a new IBM and KCS YouTube video that I just have to share with you.This new video from our friends at IBME
All NFRS blog posts tagged with "kcs".
Recycle, reuse, and most importantly... Share!
Following are the top ten technotes our TSEs shared with you over April to help resolve your Focal Point, Change, and Quality Manager PMRs. Are you running into any of the same issues as well? If so, check out these technotes and let us know if they helped solve your issues too!
Rational Change Top 10
Rational Focal Point Top 10
Rational Quality Manager Top 10
RohitBalduwa 2700066W8H Visits (3534)
While using IBM WAS as an application server, there might be a need to understand certain artifacts here.
This helps in understanding the internal behavior and identifying the components in IBM WAS.
When you use the Administrative console to configure IBM WebSphere, certain XML files are updated internally. Here are the details:
kellypuffs 06000168YK Visits (3532)
When I first started writing this blog post, it was going to be about ALL the things that drive me crazy when they arrive in email. But then I realized that it was a loooong list .... a Herculean effort, especially if your inbox reminds you of the Augean Stables BEFORE the big clean-out. Unfortunately, we'll have to go about it the old-fashioned way ... one shovel-ful at a time.
So, if you too want to work smarter, more openly, transparently, and effectively, you'll need to pick your battle. One at time, look at the pain points or areas of inefficiency and look to make one change at a time.
What's a better way to share files then? A link to where you've posted THE file is infinitely preferable. Nearly all available file repositories support some type of direct linking. Why not host the file in a single location and share that location out? Not only will this reduce our inbox sizes and keep us out of mail-jail, but it also means you only have to update one location when changes occur, rather than sending out another round of messages with yet another attachment.
So, a good place to start? Start sharing YOUR files more smartly, and set an example for others, Gently guide others to bettter collaboration methods, and file storage methods.
I'm happy to report that I receive very few files in email anymore. I'd love to hear YOUR experience.