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New features and other changes in Rational ClearQuest version 9.1.0.x

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What are the new features and other changes in ClearQuest?


Descriptions of the changes are organized by version-specific tabs.


This release introduces support for the following enhancements:
 - OSLC sessions: Verbose logging is provided according to regular Web sessions in the SystemOut log.

New platform support

- SQL Server 2019

- WebSphere Application Server / IBM HTTP Server

- WebSphere Application Server / IBM HTTP Server

- RHEL 7.9

- RHEL 8.2


This release introduces support for the following enhancements:

Platform support

ClearQuest 9.1 provides a fully 64-bit product support on Windows and Linux. See the System Requirements document for a list of the operating systems supported by ClearQuest. To learn how to migrate from the ClearQuest 32-bit to 64-bit, see the technote How to migrate from ClearQuest 9.0.x (32bit) to ClearQuest 9.1.0 (64bit).

- Windows x86-64

- Linux x86-64

Change in support

For information about discontinued platform support and deprecated components in this release, see the official product announcement on the IBM Software Announcements page.

Previous releases

To learn about features and changes that were made available in 9.0.2.x Fixpacks, see the technote

Note: The IBM Rational ClearQuest V9.0.0 and V9.0.1 stream has an effective end of support date of April 30, 2021. The fixpack represents the final set of fixes delivered for the 9.0.1 stream for ClearQuest. Customers can remain on ClearCase 9.0.1.x unless they upgrade to ClearQuest 9.0.2 and have ClearCase and ClearQuest on the same server.

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Modified date:
11 November 2021