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Flow of RSA with RTC


Anurag Rajput (8011723) | asked Sep 24 '12, 9:15 a.m.
edited Jan 03 '13, 5:40 a.m. by Ralph Schoon (63.3k33646)
What is the exact use of integrating RSA with RTC?  What is the exact flow of RSA with RTC? How models and code are managed with RSA and RTC integration? Can someone explain it in detail?

Thanks in Advance

Regards,
Anurag Rajput

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Daniel Moul (4.9k1318) | answered Jan 03 '13, 3:10 p.m.
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The answers above focus on RTC-SCM, which is fine. But there are also use cases with RTC-CM (change management aka the work item and planning system).  For example:
  • Create a task for someone to create a model. When the person creates the model (and closes the work item) he/she includes a link to the new model.
  • Create a defect against a model
Link relationships allow one to ask questions like "Are there any defects open against this design artifact?"

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Ralph Schoon (63.3k33646) | answered Sep 24 '12, 9:42 a.m.
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Anurag,

you can use RTC to manage all file based artifacts. From an RTC perspective modeling is just another type of editor. You can split the model file e.g. at package level to provide more fine grained access to the model. There are compare and merge capabilities that come with RSA that work with RTC too.

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Anthony Kesterton (7.5k9180136) | answered Jan 03 '13, 5:31 a.m.
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There is a useful article on this on developerWorks - http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rational/library/10/integrating-rsa-with-rtc-merge-uml-models/index.html that should still be valid for more recent versions of RTC and RSA. 

There is also another option to manage models that bypasses RTC version control - Rational Design Manager.  This stores models directly in a Jazz-based repository but you need to work with files directly.

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