Manage builds with the Engineering Workflow Management Build

This tutorial is a series of lessons in movie format that demonstrate how to build with the IBM® Engineering Workflow Management (Engineering Workflow Management) Build, which provides a model for representing a team's build definitions, build engines, and build results.

Jazz includes the Jazz® Build Engine and an Ant build toolkit that can publish build information to the Jazz repository. The build toolkit is best suited for Ant builds, but any scripting technology that can invoke Ant can be used. For example, a team can use Perl or Make to create build scripts that interact with the Engineering Workflow Management Build.

Note: You can only create and edit build definitions and build engines in the Eclipse client interface.

Learning objectives

This tutorial demonstrates the following tasks:
  • Learning objective 1: Use build definitions and build engines to build with the Engineering Workflow Management Build.
  • Learning objective 2: Request builds.
  • Learning objective 3: Explore build results.

Time required

This tutorial takes approximately 10 minutes to view. If you want to study the procedures, user interface, and related concepts, plan to spend more time.

Skill level

Intermediate

Audience

This tutorial is designed for team members who use the Engineering Workflow Management client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE .

System requirements

For this tutorial, the following products are installed and configured:
  • Engineering Workflow Management client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE.
  • Build System Toolkit
  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2015
  • Jazz Team Server
See the related links for instructions on configuring the integration of these products.

Prerequisites

This is a "watch-and-learn" tutorial. There are no prerequisites to viewing this tutorial.
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