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New database versions supported with CLM V6 (and useful pointers)

Collaborative Lifecycle Management products 6.0.6 and 6.0.6.1 are in support for almost another year, however the Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server versions supported by these release are now significantly back-level. So to give most of you more time to run 6.0.6 or 6.0.6.1 while staying current with your database versions, we have added support for […]

IBM® Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Engineering Insights: Visual Reporting based on Link Validity data

In this article we will explore how an Engineering Insights (ENI) view author can perform the visual reporting based on the Link Validity data. Link Validity The link validity indicates whether the meaning of a link is satisfied by the content of the two artifacts connected by the link. An artifact’s content is the set […]

What’s new in IBM Engineering Reporting v7.0.1?

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IBM Engineering (ELM) delivered their second release this year, only a few months after ELM 7.0. Since 7.0.1 has come so soon after 7.0, we recommend that anyone planning to upgrade should go straight to 7.0.1. Even though this was a relatively short release, there are a number of valuable enhancements delivered. This blog covers […]

What’s new in Rhapsody Model Manager 7.0.1 and Rhapsody 9.0.1

The rising complexity of the products and systems being developed globally is driving engineering teams to seek effective model-based engineering practices, including model-based systems engineering (MBSE). Rising compliance demands such as ISO-26262/ASPICE in automotive and DO-178C and ARP4754 for aerospace and defense are driving the need for rigorous change management and lifecycle traceability. At the […]

ELM 7.0.1 is available today!

We are proud and excited to announce the general availability of the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) 7.0.1 solution on Jazz.net! Keep your eyes peeled for upcoming blog posts highlighting the latest features included in ELM 7.0.1, including both cross-cutting and product-specific features.  To get a small taste of the changes, take a look at […]

IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management v7.0 is here!

We are extremely excited to announce the availability of the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) 7.0 solution on jazz.net! What you’ll be seeing is the result of months worth of person-hours, spanning some 1,800 plan items, stories, and tasks across the entire ELM product portfolio. With the general availability release of ELM 7.0, we’ve also […]

What’s New in IBM Engineering Reporting v7.0

In this post, I will use the new names of IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) 7.0, previously known as the IBM Continuous Engineering solution. You can read more about the renaming activity in the blog post: Renaming the IBM Continuous Engineering Portfolio. In the details below, you will see the new names along with old […]

What’s new in Rhapsody Model Manager 7.0 and Rhapsody 9.0

The rising complexity of the products and systems being developed globally is driving engineering teams to seek effective model-based engineering practices, including model-based systems engineering (MBSE). Rising compliance demands such as ISO-26262/ASPICE in automotive and DO-178 C and ARP 4754 for aerospace and defense are driving the need for rigorous change management and lifecycle traceability. […]

IBM® Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Engineering Insights: Linking Custom Artifact Elements with Artifact Elements

In this article, you will explore that in Engineering Insights (ENI), how you can link a Custom Artifact Element (CAE) to an Artifact Element (AE). When the user creates a view, the user must understand the underlying information model and how it can be used in a project. Artifact element or custom artifact elements are […]

Building Views with IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Engineering Insights (ENI) Part Two – Building a Traceability View

In this article, we’ll build our first view. Later we’ll make it look visually appealing and introduce some dynamic visualization but we’ll start by simply reporting the data we are interested in and see just how quickly and easily views can be designed.

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