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Support for Lotus Domino 8?


Russ Hopler (11) | asked Sep 15 '08, 3:29 p.m.
1. Do we have any examples or history with Domino development / deployment efforts using Rational Team Concert?
2. How well does RTC integrate with the overall Domino platform? (Java Virtual Machine, Eclipse, etc)
3. Is the full spectrum of RTC functionality effective for Domino deployment efforts or do we just focus on Work Item management? (How well can we support build and configuration management in Domino?)

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Charles Richtfort (61) | answered Nov 06 '09, 1:26 p.m.
I am also very interested in using RTC in a Lotus Notes/Domino development environment.

What options are/will-be available for SCM and other functionality?

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Gary Mullen-Schultz (2852219) | answered Nov 24 '09, 9:22 a.m.
I too have a customer interested in this development environment, and would like to hear of any real-world experience in this area.

Gary

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Jorge Iglesias (6124) | answered Feb 04 '10, 5:29 p.m.
Hi folk,

Does anyone can tell me if JTS 2.0.x supports Domino LDAP 8.5?

Detailed page on System Requirements for the Jazz Team Server 2.0.x server environment does not seem to be supported:
- http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=3488&uid=swg27015746#IMS

Please can anyone confirm me if it supports or not?

Thanks

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Gary Mullen-Schultz (2852219) | answered Jun 07 '10, 9:31 a.m.
Does anyone have any experience in this area? Using RTC as a development environment for Domino-targeted code?

It seems that someone must know whether it's possible, and if it is, how well it works.

Thanks, Gary

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Patrick Stein (6) | answered Jun 07 '10, 9:49 a.m.
I also have a customer who is interested in using RTC for the Domino development. What are their options?

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Adrian Cho (82110) | answered Jun 10 '10, 10:48 p.m.
FORUM MODERATOR / JAZZ DEVELOPER
I also have a customer who is interested in using RTC for the Domino development. What are their options?


There is currently no support for Domino at any level. This work item is tracking the work to support Domino as a directory service and might happen in 1H of 2011. Beyond that we can't say at this stage.

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Geoffrey Clemm (22.7k1522) | answered Jun 11 '10, 12:41 p.m.
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Adrian:

Just to make sure that Adrian is answering the question that was asked,
I believe, Adrian was talking about using Domino as your RTC directory
service (i.e. as an LDAP server? ... didn't realize Domino did that :-).

But I believe this thread is about using RTC to develop Domino
applications. If you can develop Domino applications using Eclipse as
your IDE and the source is stored in files, and if the Domino plug-ins
don't play any special games with source control, then you should be
able to just load the RTC plugin into the Eclipse IDE you use to develop
Domino applications (assuming you are using a sufficiently up-to-date
version of Eclipse).

And even if you use some special IDE (or no IDE) to develop Domino
applications, as long as Domino exposes the application source as files,
you can use RTC as your SCM system. Now if the Domino IDE stores the
source directly in some Notes DB, instead of the file system, then
Adrian's answer applies (:-).

Cheers,
Geoff

On 6/10/2010 10:52 PM, acho wrote:
psteinwrote:
I also have a customer who is interested in using RTC for the Domino
development. What are their options?

There is currently no support for Domino at any level. This
work
item is tracking the work to support Domino as a directory
service and might happen in 1H of 2011. Beyond that we can't say at
this stage.

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