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Can I Deploy RRDI report without having RRDI installed and configured?


Raj Krishnasamy (10211423) | asked Nov 02 '15, 2:46 a.m.
edited Nov 02 '15, 5:46 a.m.
Hello,
I have RTC 4.0.5 and RRDI  deployed in a test environment and have developed in RRDI. Can I deploy RRDI reports into a RTC 4.0.5 production environment that DOES NOT have RRDI installed & configured (could be months before it is ready in prod env due to hardware and budget reasons)?

In other words can I do something similar to how we do in BIRT (import a birt rpt/design file as a resource into RTC and create reports in RTC)?

Can I export BIRT reports in RTC (OOTB) and modify the report and import it back to RTC?

Can I export RRDI reports in RTC (OOTB) and modify it using BIRT report designer and import it back to RTC?

Thanks
RK

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Ralph Schoon (58.7k23642) | answered Nov 03 '15, 3:28 a.m.
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edited Nov 03 '15, 3:29 a.m.
The RDDI reports require RDDI to be installed. As the BIRT reports require BIRT to be installed. As BIRT comes shipped with CCM, this is not analogous. RRDI and BIRT are two completely different technologies. So my answer would be: No.
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Raj Krishnasamy commented Nov 03 '15, 7:10 a.m. | edited Nov 03 '15, 7:10 a.m.

Hi Ralph,
   That was my understanding too (as the data model is needed for RRDI). I just wanted to get the experts like you to help answer the question. So my only choice is BIRT.

FYI, CCM version is 4.0.6. I extracted the com.ibm.team.examples.reports.common_3.1.500.v20131025_0102.JAR to get that has the burndown chart and make changes using BIRT. BTW after I customize and I import the reportDesign using eclipse where is the new customized report added. filesystem? In other words where can I locate the report if I lose the local copy and want to copy the customized birt report to make more changes?

Thanks
RK

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Raj Krishnasamy (10211423) | answered Nov 30 '15, 2:47 p.m.
I got the answer for this

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