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Introduction to Rational Team Concert v4.x Source Control Management- Murad Korejo covers such basics as Rational Team Concert projects, streams, components, workspaces, snapshots, version control, source control, and how they all fit into the paradigm of Application Lifecycle Management.
These are the top content reused during June to help solve your Rational Team Concert issues. Last month the following technotes were the most heavily reused when closing PMRs opened by you, our clients. We hope that highlighting them here will help others encountering the same or similar issues also find quick resolution:
Rational Team Concert Technotes:
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It doesn't take long for our amazing content authors to break out of a short holiday week and come back with much more to highlight for you all. In-between all the holidays, vacations, and general time-off relaxing during these summer months, we're still focused on getting you the right content when you need it, to help drive your business forward to success. Last week was no different with the following items that went live on developerWorks Rational:
Software Delivery and Lifecycle patterns for Private Cloud
Using Screen Definition II with Rational Team Concert
Enhanced distributed development with IBM Rational Developer for AIX and Linux Version 9.0
Collaborative lifecycle management
Rational Team Concert
We are also pleased to feature Contributing Author Paul Urban
Paul Urban has more than 25 years experience in developing systems, software, and hardware in the embedded and real-time systems industry. Urban is currently a senior systems market manager for IBM Rational software and has worked with Rational software in various roles since 1995.
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There have been a few queries asking why organizations should use at least one Team Area with all same members as in a Project, using IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC).
We have small projects only about 20 members per each and we don't need separate project members into teams.
--> The following details provide some basic information about Team Areas and their usage in RTC:
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Here is another good lesson, among many that I happened to learn, while working with a customer using IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC). While this may not serve as a supported solution for the issue reported, perhaps it can serve as a pointer or guide on the types of things to look for.
I hope this gives some idea for users and the steps that can be taken, in case of a similar situation.