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Calling all Rational DOORS Next Generation users!

Share your insights on IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation.  Your peers go to G2 Crowd to get an inside look at Product Management tools and other business software. Adding your perspective on Rational DOORS Next Generation will help others pick the right product based on real user experiences. For the first 40 reviewers of Rational […]

Quick Deployer 2.0 is available and now supports deployment to Windows

After several months of development, we’re very pleased to announce that IBM Quick Deployer version 2.0 is now available, free to download and use from Jazz.net under a “Non-warranted Program” license. IBM Quick Deployer is installation and deployment automation for IBM’s Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) and IoT Continuous Engineering (CE) Solutions 6.0.4, 6.0.3, 6.0.2, 6.0.1 […]

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 […]

How to import the scaled agile reports – successfully!

Are you interested in taking advantage of the IBM Jazz Reporting Service (JRS) reports delivered to support enterprise scaled agile environments but aren’t sure how to get started? Maybe you’ve tried to import them but haven’t been successful? Or maybe you aren’t using the Scaled Agile Framework ® (SAFe®) specifically, but still want some 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 […]

IBM’s CLM solution supports SAFe® 4.5 today!

If you are a SAFe groupie like I am, you know by now that a new version of the Scaled Agile Framework® was introduced last week by Scaled Agile, Inc.. For those of you whose lives don’t revolve around SAFe, I’ll provide a quick summary before explaining how the Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management  […]

RPE Document Generation for JSON data with support for JIRA

The JSON data format is widely accepted and used for exchanging data in today’s world. Rational Publishing Engine (RPE) previously was able to generate documents from tools that exposed data in XML format. With RPE 2.1.2, documents can be generated consuming data in JSON format. There is absolutely no change in the user experience for adding schema, […]

Generate comparison document with Rational Publishing Engine

With Rational Publishing Engine (RPE) 2.1.2, you can generate comparison documents which compare two documents of different versions. The differential document is similar to making changes to the document when “Track Changes” is enabled in Microsoft Word to track formatting changes, additions and deletions of content, comments, etc. Some of the basic use cases include: […]

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 […]

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