I wish to set up the Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Manager Products (RQM, RRM, JTS, etc) all in a standalone environment on a single Windows 7 Professional Computer. I need to run the CLM for Demo's without a network. My questions:1. Is it possible? 2. Would the Rational Apps need to communicate with each other in the standalone environment via Localhost? 3. Would I also need a Localhost "Client Application" to access the different products like Requirements Manager? I have a lot more questions, but not worth asking without answers to 1,2,and 3, above.
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Updated on 2012-10-17T22:42:05Z at 2012-10-17T22:42:05Z by SystemAdmin
Powell 0600021D0S51 Posts
Re: Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Manager2012-10-17T20:34:04ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.I have installed some of these products in the past, although not the exact configuration that you list below. My guess is:
1. Is it possible - yes
2. Communicate with each other via localhost - yes. For demo purposes this would be ok. If you configure the client facing applications using the computer name it would be possible to access the servers from a remote computer.
3. Client application - See 2.
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK1807 Posts