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IBM Rational Asset Manager

A collaborative environment for creating and governing software assets

Rational Asset Manager

Product Release / Trial | November 30, 2017
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Rational Asset Manager New & Noteworthy

Rational Asset Manager New & Noteworthy

Introducing Rational Asset Manager, Version

These are the noteworthy items in IBM Rational Asset Manager, Version


This fix pack contains fixes for these customer reported defects. In addition, the fix pack contains more fixes to improve quality of the product, install, and documentation.

What's New

User Access Configuration Enhancement

The User Access configuration has been enhanced by introducing a new check box, Enable access to RAM public pages without logging on that helps in controlling access restriction to view RAM public pages. By default, this check box is selected; and clearing this check box activates access restriction, where RAM user (s) is required to login to application to view RAM public pages.

Browser based Download Manager Support

Assets and Artifacts downloading has been enhanced to support browser-based Download Manager, which facilitates downloading of assets/artifacts on modern browsers.

The existing Java Applet based Download Manager is no longer supported.

Enhancement in Accessing RAM Applet

In the RAM > Configuration > Remote Processes, a new check box Use keystore created at custom location to access RAM applets has been added to facilitate users to create keystore at custom location to access RAM applets. This feature helps in avoiding repetitive process of manually applying certificates after every Java upgrade.

Enhancement in Platform Support

DB2 11.1 is now supported.