Notes from Rational Support
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As alluded to in our previous post, next week is a special week for some of us here at Rational Client Support.
Those of us based in the United States will be celebrating Thanksgiving this Thursday, gathering with friends and family to enjoy food, (American-style) football, and of course, there's the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on TV!
On a related note, as it is a holiday week here, it transpires that both of your Notes from Rational Support authors will be on vacation for the duration, so there may not be a lot of action on this blog next week.
But we have plenty of good stuff queued up for you to keep busy with while we're out; here's just a sampling:
...take our RFE Community survey, to help us plan for next year...
... make sure you are signed up and following us on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter...
... learn more about our products with our IBM Education Assistant modules...
... take a tour of the IBM Support Portal ...
... check out our forums and communities ...
... join the Global Rational User Group ...
... leave a comment and let us know what you'd like to see here next year!
We'll be counting our blessings, which will include YOU, our faithful readers. Thank you!
image credit: (cc) flickr user Puzzler4879
"Over the river and through the woods" (Wikipedia)
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Rational Team Concert 3.0: In addition to the web and Eclipse clients, we now offer an ISPF client for those users familiar with TSO/ISPF green screen interfaces. This client has a subset of the Eclipse client function (just as the web client does) tailored to SCM interaction.
This video tells you more...
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Check out these new white papers from Rational Support that cover integrations involving Rational Quality Manager, Rational Publishing Engine, and Rhapsody:
Abstract: The whitepaper introduces the basics of using IBM Rational Publishing Engine (RPE) to extract data from IBM Rational Rhapsody. RPE helps in creating reports to represent data in a user friendly format. This white paper is useful for project support team, system and software engineers, and also for the program and project managers.
Released: August 10, 2012
Author: Rajesh Singh
Abstract: This white paper highlights the integration of IBM Rational Quality Manager (RQM) with the STAF and STAX Automation Framework. Using this integration, you can centrally manage the client machines and trigger the automation from within Rational Quality Manager. This white paper is useful for those who want to use RQM as the tool for running and maintaining the test execution.
Released: August 21, 2012
Author: Rajat Pratap Singh
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This article is regarding Rational CLM integration with JIRA, able to get the information that JIRA can be integrated with CLM containers (RRC, RTC and RQM) with Rational Adapter for JIRA.
Advantages of RTC and JIRA Integration
Following are some of the benefits that an organization will get by integrating RTC with JIRA:
As per the topology, JIRA application is installed on a single application server and the CLM applications are also installed on a single application server.
For example: Standard Topology
The JIRA application server communicates with the CLM application server through server friend relationships. The adapter resolves links from CLM work items back to the JIRA server.
As long as the JIRA application can connect or ping to the repository you may install it on the same machine or another server
5000+ hits on Notes from Rational Support yesterday.
2500+ so far this morning.
I know it's spam or crawlers or other such nonsense, but if you don't mind, I'm just going to sit here and revel in it for a little while.
And if any of you are REAL people, you could leave a comment and say hi. And get a prize. :-)
I have 4, count 'em, FOUR Rational Support moo cards left from last year's conference, which I will give away on a first come, first served basis to the first 4 commenters on this blog.
But not to spambots.