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This new video shows how to generate code coverage statistics during a project build with Rational Team Concert, view reports, and create work items for code improvements.
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What is the Rational RFE Community?
The Rational® RFE Community is a place where you can collaborate with Rational development teams and other product users through your ability to search, view, comment on, submit, and track product requests for enhancement (RFEs).
The community acts as a front-end database bridged to the back-end Rational ClearQuest® database called RATLC. New submissions, user comments, status changes, and developer comments are bridged between the Rational RFE Community and RATLC several times a day. The bridge to RATLC allows our development teams to work with the process and tools they are most comfortable with, while allowing our users to collaborate in an open community environment.
With this change, we can:
Some popular features of the Rational RFE Community:
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New Whitepaper: Managing requirements across Analysis and Design phases using System Architect & DOORS
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Managing requirements across Analysis and Design phases using System Architect & DOORS
This document describes why requirements need to be tracked and also explains how tracking can be setup and managed.
The IBM Rational System Architect DOORS integration helps users create abstract views in System Architect based on the user requirements in IBM Rational DOORS. Having this integration will enable users to synchronize the model with the ever changing requirements. This document can be used as a reference for users who would like to map their requirements captured in DOORS to a modeling tool Rational System Architect. Also, there would be an information flow between DOORS to System Architect and vice-versa.
Using the document provided, users can map the requirements in
DOORS to the System Architect project encyclopedia and vice versa. As a
summary, this document can prove effective as a start point for new
users who are in the process of exploring this integration and its
Many thanks to authors Rajesh Avanthi and Praveen Sreenivasan!