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Couldn't attend the 5/26 GRUG Webcast: "Rational ClearCase and ClearQuest 20/10: The anniversary celebration begins"? We wanted to let you know that the replay is still available!
Rational ClearCase and ClearQuest 20/10: The anniversary celebration begins!
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
Description: Join Peter Hack, Daniel Diebolt and Sreenivasan Rajagopal as they take you on a journey through time. We'll start our journey in 1990, when ClearCase was first released by Atria Software. We'll then fast forward 8 years, when Rational Software released ClearQuest, followed one year later by Unified Change Management. Then as our users helped us grow through the 2000s we made many significant enhancements to ClearCase and ClearQuest including the ClearCase Remote Client, improvements to Multisite and the ClearQuest Web Client. And while it's nostalgic to explore the past, we'll also take a peek at where ClearCase and ClearQuest are today and more importantly what the future holds for these market leading products.
Speakers: Peter Hack, Daniel Diebolt and Sreenivasan Rajagopal
You may also be interested in these other GRUG Community Webcasts:
6/25: Rational Team Concert for Agile Teams: The Million Seat March giveaway!
6/30: Building Software Securely from the Ground Up: Introducing Rational AppScan Source Edition
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IBM Rational Focal Point - version 6.5!
IBM Rational Focal Point is a comprehensive portfolio planning solution for market-driven teams. With Rational Focal Point, teams can make collaborative, objective decisions to deliver market, customer, and business value. By understanding what matters most, your organization can respond to dynamic market conditions and deliver valued products and projects.
IBM Rational Focal Point Version 6.5 includes the following new features:Rational Focal Point Version 6.5 also includes defect fixes to previous versions of the product.
IBM Rational Focal Point Version 6.5 is translated in the following languages: German, Spanish, French, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Arabic, Hebrew, Hungarian, Polish, Russian, Czech.IBM Rational Focal Point v6.5 (download doc)
Knowledge Collection for Rational Focal Point Expressions and Business Rules
YouTube: Project Portfolio Management using IBM Rational Focal Point
There are new videos available on IBM Education Assistant for Rational. First, there is a new video about license activation kits for Rational SDP products. Secondly, there is a video for Rational DOORS that covers database logging on Windows. The DOORS video is also available on the IBM
Your feedback helps us improve. You can find the feedback form on the category pages for your product and version. The feedback form is quick and easy. Leave comments and let us know if these demonstrations help you achieve your goals.
What is IBM Education Assistant? IBM Education Assistant is a collection of multimedia educational modules designed to help you gain a better understanding of IBM software products and use them more effectively to meet your business requirements.
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License Usage Order
IBM Rational products requests licenses in a specific order. In an organization we may have combination of authorized user, floating, suite, point-product licenses in the environment, it is essential that we understand the license usage order.
Now let’s try to understand the license usage order. An IBM Rational product that users IBM Rational Common Licensing will request the license in the following order.
For version 7.0 of IBM Rational products, the license key usage order has changed. In releases before 7.0, when a Suite product was being installed, the Rational License Key Administrator (LKAD) application would first try to find a license key corresponding to the Suite. If the Suite key was not available, LKAD would then look for a key corresponding to the product that was running.
The table below describes the license usage order for each IBM Rational Product that uses IBM Rational Common Licensing.
Now let’s check how to change the license usage order. Any changes made in the license usage order can be reversed to previous setting by clicking the "Restore to Defaults" in the license usage mapping window.
To change the license usage order:
The license usage order that you set on your computer is tied to your user ID. If different users log in to your computer with their own user IDs, the license usage order that you may have changed resets to the default order. The new users can set the license usage order for their user IDs. Their settings do not affect your settings.