April 23, 2019
IBM Rational Team Concert
Task tracking · Source control · Agile planning
Rational Team Concert 4.0
About the download: Rational Team Concert, Rational Quality Manager, and Rational Requirements Composer share a common installer that deploys the shared Jazz Team Server plus the "Change and Configuration Management", "Quality Management", and "Requirements Management" applications. The early access licenses that are installed in the Jazz Team Server provide access to the capabilities of all three products. This means that you can install any of the three products to try the full set of collaborative lifecycle management capabilities provided by all the products. To learn more about applications, capabilities and product license keys, read the Building products from applications blog post.
Windows x86-32/64, 114.01 MB
For other download options, including local (offline) installers, go to the All Downloads tab.
Read the release notes to find out about known issues with this release.
Review the system requirements to find out about supported platforms and memory requirements.
To get started quickly with a small deployment using the default topology and Derby databases, skip to the next step and Install the server. Derby deployments are limited to 10 users and do not permit cross-domain reports.
For advanced deployments, first read the Interactive Installation Guide to plan your deployment. Then visit the Optional Programs page to obtain programs such as DB2, WebSphere Application Server and Rational Reporting for Development Intelligence.
Clustering for High Availability is a new feature available for the first time in the 4.0 release. This is a topology for advanced enterprise deployments that require high availability with automatic failover. Read more about clustering in the High Availability with Rational solution for CLM 2012 Clustering article and the Setting up a clustered environment infocenter topic.
Are you upgrading?
If you are upgrading from a previous build of Rational Team Concert, see the Upgrading tab.
To perform a web install of the server and early access licenses for Rational Team Concert, Rational Quality Manager, and Rational Requirements Composer, download the Web Installer for your platform (above), unzip the zip file, and start the launchpad (launchpad.exe or launchpad.sh depending on your platform). The server includes Apache Derby for supporting up to 10 users. To enable more than 10 users, install DB2 or another supported database program.
If you need to install the server in an environment without access to the Internet, visit the All Downloads page and download and unzip the files for the the Jazz Team Server and CCM, QM and RM applications repository and the trial product licenses repository, and install using Installation Manager.
Note: During the installation process you have the option to install different applications. It is possible to only install a subset of the applications. These options are for advanced install scenarios such as distributing the applications across multiple servers or deploying multiple applications of the same type within an application group.
After installation, follow the Jazz Team Server setup wizard at http://example.com/jts/setup (where example.com is the domain for your server).
Need guidance? See Running the setup wizard in the infocenter.
Install the Client for Eclipse IDE or the Client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE for developers, the build system toolkit for running Jazz-based builds and synchronizers for integrating with ClearCase and ClearQuest.
If you want to edit graphical requirements artifacts you must install the RRC Browser Add-Ons by following these instructions. Note that a license that permits modification of requirements artifacts, such as the Rational Requirements Composer Analyst license, must be assigned to the user ID of a user that will edit graphical requirements artifacts.
To learn more about new enhancements in this release, read the New & Noteworthy.
If you need help installing or using Rational Team Concert, post your questions in the forums. Other community members as well as Rational Team Concert developers monitor the forums and answer questions.
For an in-depth exploration of Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) capabilities including Change and Configuration Management, Quality Management and Requirements Management, follow the Welcome to Money that Matters Lifecycle Scenario.
If you'd like to focus on Change and Configuration Management capabilities, follow the Change and Configuration Management Task Guide.
Note that each scenario takes approximately two to three hours to complete.
The Rational Team Concert development team uses Rational Team Concert to develop Rational Team Concert. If you find a bug or have a suggestion for an enhancement to Rational Team Concert, please visit the jazz.net work items page to create a work item.