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All about Rational Developer Licensing
Rational Developer is a batch offering from IBM which has unique functionalities than a normal IDE available. Let’s get introduced to the Rational Developer versions available for usage.
I welcome you to get an in depth understanding about the Rational Developer licensing.
What you should know about Rational Developer Licensing?
There are four broad categories of licenses for Rational Developer, viz.
IBM Rational Developer for AIX and Linux has these subset of licenses which can be used:
Rational Developer for System i licenses are imported only on Windows PCs, where System i and System z are the iSeries and zOS hosts that the client is connecting to. IBM Rational Developer for i has these subset of licenses which can be used:
IBM Rational Developer for Power Systems Software C/C++ Dev Studio for AIX v7.6
Rational Developer for Power Systems Software includes four separately licensed features:
Rational Developer for System z licenses are imported on Windows PCs, where System z are the zOS hosts that the client is connecting to for development purpose. IBM Rational Developer for z has these subset of licenses which are highlighted below:
IBM Rational Developer for System Z V7.1 Activation Kit
IBM Rational Developer with Java v8.0 Floating License Key
IBM Rational Developer for AIX and Linux version 8 are not displayed in the license key center list as v8.5 was called Rational Developer for Power systems and from v9.0, it is addressed Rational Developer for System i.
Versions of IBM Rational Developer for SOA Construction include 7.5, 8 and 8.5 versions, though license key center does have only versions 7.1 and 7.5. Variants of licenses include :
SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) v7.5 and below was a bundle of products and not just one product, which included licenses of RDp (Rational Developer for Power Systems), HATS (Host Access Transformation Services), and RBD (Rational Business Developer).
SOA v8 and above is split into individual products RDp, HATS, and RBD (Rational Business Developer) to be individually licensed.
Why is the Rational Developer with EGL v8.5 not available to be generated on license key center, though our account is under maintenance?
Do I have a chance to try out a trial before a license purchase?
I have a Rational Developer for I RPG and COBOL and modernization tools license. However I get a “No license available” for RPG and COBOL plug in on the software. How do you explain that?
How does RPG and COBOL development plugin license requirement in Rational Developer for Power Systems?
See you folks. Let’s get together with my next blog.
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Here is one of the queries that was put across to me (Sumant Renukarya) by one of our clients using IBM Rational Team Concert; a question that was a bit like a puzzle:
I hope this helps some of you avoid the time in researching which download to use when updating your AIX Apache Tomcat server!
Author: Sumant Renukarya
image credit: (c) Used with Permission, Apache Tomcat Foundation
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IBM Rational Developer for Power Hub blog have posted links to some great learning resources:
We have created three playlists on the IBMRational YouTube channel to show what you can do with Rational Developer for Power, and how you can do it. As we create more videos they'll be added to these playlists, so all you need to do is bookmark the playlist and you'll have access to all the demos available:
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