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JRS Report Builder: Streamlining multi-value enumerations in reports

There may be times when you might have a custom attribute for an artifact where users can choose more than one value. The Report Builder in Jazz Reporting Service (JRS) displays by default these custom attributes with multiple values in separate lines. But, what if you want to streamline your report display by showing the values […]

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 […]

Rational Publishing Engine – year 2016 retrospective

Rational Publishing Engine (RPE) had a very productive and successful 2016 year. I want to reflect on top three accomplishments during the year and let you know how you can engage with us going forward. Started with the RPE 2.1 release, which delivered a simpler way to create new templates. Users have the ability to […]

Fun with Report Builder – the way report writing should be!

I’ve worked with many customers over the years to develop and deploy IBM solutions and, for the most part, I avoided the notion of reporting like the plague. Bad news since, in my humble opinion, reporting is an absolutely critical aspect of any solution. After all, how will you prove the solution made a difference […]

Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration

Last week at the Rational Software Development Conference, IBM Rational announced a new initiative called Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration. This initiative is aimed at simplifying collaboration across the software delivery lifecycle. Its goal is to enable teams to use disparate tools and share lifecycle resources in delivering software, whether the tools are from IBM, […]

A brief history of the Jazz Team Server interface: Our journey from a J2EE server towards a RESTful server

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I joined the Jazz project while it was still in its very early days, roughly two and a half years ago. At that time, the Raleigh team was just finishing up a short-lived experiment of trying to build an extensible platform using J2EE. This experiment demonstrated that the J2EE classloader hierarchy was not the right […]