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Moving CQ Connector Settings


Chris Kolde (2172) | asked Oct 06 '10, 5:54 p.m.
The CQ Connector to RTC has been configured and functionally tested in our "development" environment. The configuration now needs to be promoted into our QA and eventually our Production environment.

Is there a way for the developer doing this work to move / promote things in a (relatively) error free way or does he need to manually configure every environment.

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Chris Kolde (2172) | answered Oct 06 '10, 5:56 p.m.
The CQ Connector to RTC has been configured and functionally tested in our "development" environment. The configuration now needs to be promoted into our QA and eventually our Production environment.

Is there a way for the developer doing this work to move / promote things in a (relatively) error free way or does he need to manually configure every environment.


Is guess the same question applies for the CQ Bridge as well. Both are in use here. Thanks!

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Lorelei Ngooi (1.5k22) | answered Oct 07 '10, 7:47 p.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
That's a good question. You should be able to reuse the sync rules by exporting them from your "dev" environment and importing them into your next environment.

If you have done any customization of the Jazz process specification, for example create a custom work item attribute, you may be able to reuse that, but other than cut and paste the process spec source, you will have to ask the process team if there is another way of reusing the process spec.

You will still need to apply the JazzInterop package to the new CQ schema and user database. I'd recommend using the CQ setup wizard to do that and any other configuration.

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Lorelei Ngooi (1.5k22) | answered Oct 07 '10, 7:49 p.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
I've pinged someone else on the CQ Bridge team to respond to its configuration.

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Geoffrey Clemm (30.1k33035) | answered Oct 07 '10, 9:24 p.m.
FORUM ADMINISTRATOR / FORUM MODERATOR / JAZZ DEVELOPER
The standard way of re-using a process spec is by exporting the process
spec as a process template, and creating a new project area using that
template.

In 3.0, you are able to define a master project area, and then upgrade
the process of an existing project area by selecting a new master
project area for it.

Cheers,
Geoff

On 10/7/2010 7:52 PM, lngooi wrote:
That's a good question. You should be able to reuse the sync rules by
exporting them from your "dev" environment and importing
them into your next environment.

If you have done any customization of the Jazz process specification,
for example create a custom work item attribute, you may be able to
reuse that, but other than cut and paste the process spec source, you
will have to ask the process team if there is another way of reusing
the process spec.

You will still need to apply the JazzInterop package to the new CQ
schema and user database. I'd recommend using the CQ setup wizard to
do that and any other configuration.

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