April 23, 2019
Analysis · Design change management · Lifecycle traceability
Design Management 6.0
Design Management 6.0 New & Noteworthy
The Design Management installer enables you to install the Jazz Team Server and several applications and client tools. For new and noteworthy information about parts of the Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM), see these pages:
- Jazz Foundation (Jazz Team Server) 6.0
- Change and Configuration Management 5.xM6
- Quality Management 6.0
- Requirements Management 6.0
New in Design Management 6.0
- Rational Rhapsody Design Management
Rational License Key Server lmgrd.log file output is different in 6.0
In version 6.0, the output of the Rational License Key Server lmgrd.log file includes the client access license (CAL) role type. For details, see the Collaborative Lifecycle Management New & Noteworthy page.
Token license packaging in 6.0
Because of issues with generating both 5.0 and 6.0 token licenses from the License Key Center (the license generator would time out and no licenses were generated), version 5.0 licenses are no longer generated when you generate 6.0 token licenses. The only exception is for Rational DOORS 9.6 customers, where 5.0 and 6.0 token client access licenses (CALs) are generated for Rational DOORS Next Generation Analyst and Rational DOORS Next Generation Contributor. All other licenses are generated for version 6.0 only. For version 5.0 token licenses, contact IBM Support.
Rational Rhapsody Design Management
Support for Global Configuration ManagementIBM's Global Configuration Management (GCM) tool allows you to link together specific configurations defined in different IBM engineering tools. This kind of "global" configuration can be useful in product line engineering (PLE). For example, you can have a single configuration that maps information from a specific stream and baseline defined in Rhapsody DM to a specific stream and baseline defined in DOORS Next Generation. Beginning in release 6.0 of Rhapsody DM, RDM streams and baselines can be part of such a global configuration.
For more information, see story item 45193.
Multiple import definitionsIt is now possible to define multiple import definitions for the Rhapsody DM Import Engine.
For more information, see story item 49157.
Support for single sign onRhapsody DM now supports Single Sign On (SSO) for accessing other servers without having to log in again.
For more information, see story item 35672.
Improvements for change set deliveryIn Rhapsody DM, you can now select the change sets that should be included in a workspace delivery.
For more information, see story item 35296.
New Harmony predefined systems domainIn Rhapsody DM, The Harmony profile is now a predefined Systems domain
For more information, see story item 50975.
Improvements for properties pagesIn Rhapsody DM, In this release, a number of improvements were made to the content and organization of the Rhapsody DM properties page, in order to make the information more consistent with the Features window that is used in Rational Rhapsody.
For more information, see story item 43723.