Instrumenting and installing iOS apps in Rational Test Workbench 8.6- This video shows the different methods to instrument and install iOS apps by using IBM Rational Test Workbench (RTW) 8.6. Native and hybrid iOS applications must be instrumented before you can use them to record or play back a test. The application can be instrumented for testing on an iOS device or an iOS Simulator. To instrument an application, you must have the Xcode project for the application under test (AUT) on a Macintosh computer.
There are new videos available covering licensing topics for Rational products. One of the videos covers how to change the port for the Rational License Key Server. Another covers how to install Rational License Key Server on UNIX and Linux in console mode. The other covers upgrading the Administration and Reporting Tool for Rational License Key Server to a new fix pack. All of these videos are available on the IBM Rational User Education YouTube channel. Thank you to support engineers Shijesh Velayudhan, Nikhil Bhat, and Sombir Yadav for creating the videos.
There are some new videos available for the Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) products. Two of the topics are the integration of the Data Collection Component into Rational Insight and in the installation of the V5.0 Jazz Reporting Service. There is another video that focuses on exporting and importing system definitions with enterprise edition of Rational Team Concert (RTC), a method you can use to provide system information to Rational Support. Thank you to support engineers Ben Silverman and Olivier Gauneau for creating the videos.
There are several videos available for Rational Performance Tester (RPT) that help you troubleshoot possible problems you might encounter with the application. These videos explain the problems, walk you through diagnosis, and demonstrates resolving the problem. Thank you to support engineer Roja Ayyagary for creating the videos, which are available on the IBM Rational Support YouTube channel.
Building Views with Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager v5- Building and Using "Views" in Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager without SPARQL programming language! In this video Technical Specialist Andy Lapping walks you through creating views using a drag-and-drop interface using "artifact elements" - reusable, parameterized queries, available out of the box. Note these must first be deployed before they can be used (see the Jazz.net article link at the top).
RapidApps Sprint 8: New and Noteworthy Features- In this video Dr. Gili Mendel takes you through some exciting new abilities of the RapidApps program. IBM RapidApps is an extension of the IBM Cloud Platform, codenamed Bluemix. By being a part of the Bluemix beta, you can develop and manage applications across many different services and runtimes through a single dashboard. With RapidApps, business developers can design applications for web browsers, tablets, or mobile devices through a graphical user interface. You never have to work with any code or scripts to create a professional application.
Rational Developer Traveler, v1.0.3: Navigator and Shell (Video 1 of 3)- This 3 minute video features the Rational Developer Traveler Navigator View and TSO Shell, which is new in version 1.0.3. In this video you will see how to view the MVS file system with the Navigator view, create a Partitioned Dataset with the Navigator view, and then use the provided TSO Shell to copy an application into the newly created Dataset.
Rational Developer Traveler, v.1.0.3: Edit and Submit (Video 2 of 3)- This 3 minute video explains how to edit JCL with Rational Developer Traveler and then submit the JCL for processing on the host environment. You'll learn how to use the Rational Developer Traveler Editor to modify the application that was copied in the first video of this series. When the updates are complete, the JCL will be submitted for processing on the host environment using the option found within the RD Traveler editor.
Brian Svihovec is a Senior Software Engineer at IBM, where he has worked in Research Triangle Park (RTP), NC since 2001. Prior to working at IBM, Brian obtained a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Virginia Tech. While working at IBM, Brian spent 11 years as a member of the Rational Business Developer team, developing an Eclipse based IDE for the EGL programming language. For the past 2 years, Brian has been working on Rational Developer Traveler, which is a Lean Startup experiment to validate the benefits of a Web Based IDE for z/OS. When Brian is not working he is usually out for a run, playing roller hockey, or spending time with his family. Brian Svihovec, Rational Developer Traveler Web Client Lead (svihovec @ us.ibm.com)