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How can I get jazzprojectadmins permission in the sandbox so that I can create a project in RTC?


Ryan McBryde (6) | asked Aug 12 '20, 4:54 p.m.

I am trying to explore the github/rtc integration and to do so would like to create a test project in the ccm sandbox, sandx01-ccm.  How can I get the necessary permission?

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Ralph Schoon (62.9k33645) | answered Aug 13 '20, 9:15 a.m.
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if you talk about https://jazz.net/products/sandbox/?tag=rational-team-concert , you can create a project there that you use for trying. Here is the FAQ https://jazz.net/wiki/bin/view/Main/CloudTrialFAQs which explicitly states you can not get Admin permissions and I assume that is true for all these trial clouds.

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Ryan McBryde commented Aug 13 '20, 10:39 a.m.
Thank you Ralph,

I was going to https://jazz.net/sandbox01-ccm and trying to create a new project to test with and when I checked I only had JazzUsers.  I will give the cloud site a try and see if I can stand up a github integration test project there.   Thanks again.

On a related topic,  I was trying to install CLM 6.0.6.1 on a Windows 10 Enterprise (64 bit) laptop and IM stops and says the O/S is not supported but when I go to the CLMSystemRequirements page I see that 64 bit is supported but in the "bitness" column it states "32, 64-Exploit".  I am not sure how to interpret that.  The Help says that "64-Exploit" is defined as "The product or part of the product runs natively as a 64-bit application in a 64-bit operating environment".   Any thoughts?

Ryan McBryde commented Aug 13 '20, 11:09 a.m.
Hi Ralph,
I created a project and I am unable to register a git repo with the project, it appears that permission is not granted to any of the available roles in the project.

Ryan McBryde commented Aug 13 '20, 3:36 p.m.

I figured this last one out but I still have the question regarding 64-Exploit above.


Ralph Schoon commented Aug 14 '20, 2:14 a.m.
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I can't answer that. The warning also does only matter if you want to setup a production system you want support for.


Ryan McBryde commented Aug 14 '20, 9:23 a.m.

Thanks,

So if I wanted to just set up a trial, which would not be production, I could ignore the warning?  Does that mean that there is a way to ignore/bypass the warning? 


Ralph Schoon commented Aug 14 '20, 9:37 a.m.
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My experience, yes. I have the whole server on Windows 10 laptops for years now and it always complains, but it works for my purposes.

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