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New Source Control features in Rational Team Concert 6.0.4

As you can see in What’s new in Rational Team Concert 6.0.4, several new features were added to Rational Team Concert (RTC) source control. I would like to highlight a few of the features in this post. Operation History The ability to show the operation history of a stream or workspace has been one of […]

Using Visual Studio’s built-in diff/merge tool with Rational Team Concert

The IBM Rational Team Concert client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE comes with a default file compare utility, but also allows you to use any external compare tool of your choice.  The compare utility that you use will come up in a separate window that you’d need to switch to in order to perform the […]

What’s new in Rational Team Concert 6.0.4

We’ve been busy working on three themes in IBM Rational Team Concert v6.0.4 : Enable horizontal scaling so deployments can expand and load balance thousands of users. Support the rigor of complex mission critical software development where reuse, traceability and the ability to ensure exactly what goes into a release is paramount. Invest in ease […]

Better Source Code Reuse, Quality, and Security in IBM Rational Team Concert 6.0.1

Jazz Source Control is ideal for teams that prefer the benefits of a centralized source control system like single source of truth, dependency relationships, complete audit history, reuse, and security.  You may need to answer questions that span the history of a long-running project. You may need to find dependency information about a component that […]

Taffy and DevOps – with Collaborative Lifecycle Management 5.0.1

On a recent weekend trip with my five year old, I took him to Boothbay Harbor, Maine. One of his favorite things to do is watch an old salt water taffy machine that cuts and wraps taffy. While one flavor is being fed into an automated cutting and wrapping machine, another flavor is being stretched and […]

Does that build contain my fix?

Have you ever wondered if a build includes a fix? Perhaps you’re in QA and you want to ensure you’re testing the right build, or perhaps you’re a developer and you want to make sure that your changes made it into a build. Either way, Rational Team Concert makes it easy. Let’s look at how […]

Improving usability when merging changes involving gaps

One of the advantages of using the SCM capabilities of Rational Team Concert (RTC) is the traceability of change sets across multiple streams and workspaces. When a developer completes a new feature or fixes a bug, they deliver one or more change sets to their team stream. These change sets can then be accepted into […]

Rational Team Concert source control makes continuous delivery easier

Rational Team Concert (RTC) has started releasing quarterly. Since large features rarely fit into such short cycles, we’re making heavy use of RTC’s branching and merging functionality. That could result in merge hell, but it doesn’t. This post will give you an idea of how the RTC team uses our own source control management system, […]

Top 5 reasons to upgrade to RTC 4.0.3

At Innovate 2013 this year I had a chance to talk to lots of customers who are running their business on IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC).  I also had a chance to survey a number of larger customers on their current usage of RTC and got some great insight into what capabilities they are using […]

Reviewing code changes with Rational Team Concert

In the good old days, things were easy. You worked on a bug, modified a few lines of code and were done. No one was looking over your shoulder to check if your code was right. The best code comes late at night when you’re alone anyway. No tests to run and no continuous build […]

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