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What’s New in IBM Engineering Reporting v6.0.6.1

We have been working for several months on our new IBM Engineering Reporting release and I will start with the announced availability of the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) 6.0.6.1 solution, previously known as the IBM Continuous Engineering solution. In this release, we focused on addressing quality along with some important enhancements in each of the […]

IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management 6.0.6.1 is now available!

We’re very excited to announce the availability of the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) 6.0.6.1 solution, previously known as the IBM Continuous Engineering solution. In this release, we deliver the latest quality fixes and scale improvements along with some important enhancements in each of the applications. In addition, we are changing the solution name, as […]

Renaming the IBM Continuous Engineering Portfolio

The IBM Continuous Engineering and Collaborative Lifecycle Management solutions have a rich heritage in helping teams around the world to develop products and applications faster, in a more dependable way, and at a higher quality. Over time we have come to see that the biggest challenges — and where we can offer the most help […]

What’s new in Rational Publishing Engine 6.0.5 and Jazz Reporting Service 6.0.5

Rational Publishing Engine 6.0.5 This was an amazing year for IBM Rational Publishing Engine (RPE) and we want to finish it with a splash. First, we released RPE 2.1.2 in June, 2017 with a lot of exciting enhancements and now, we are releasing RPE 6.0.5. Yes, you read this correctly. It is RPE 6.0.5. RPE now aligns […]

What’s new in Jazz Reporting Service 6.0.4

We are excited to announce Jazz Reporting Service (JRS) v6.0.4 which focuses on usability and serviceability improvements. You can upgrade to the latest JRS version to take advantage of these improvements: Easy assembly of nested condition groups: Until now, when you wanted to build a report, you could only group conditions using AND or OR. Combining groups […]