Create a Rhapsody Model Manager project area using the Engineering Workflow Management client

Before creating a Rhapsody® model that uses Rhapsody Model Manager, you should create a Rhapsody Model Manager-based project area in Engineering Workflow Management.
  1. Open the EWM client.
  2. Create a repository connection using the URL: https://<server:port>/ccm/
  3. Right-click the repository connection that you created to open the pop-up menu.
  4. Select Manage Connected Project Areas.
  5. At the bottom of the Manage Connected Project Areas window, click Go to the Create Project Area wizard.
  6. Provide a name and description for the project area, and click Next.
  7. Select the Formal Project Management Process template, and click Finish.
  8. Right-click the new project area that was created, and select the Open option.
  9. On the Overview tab, add members as you would for any EWM project area.
  10. On the Links tab, set up an association between the project area and the DOORS® or DOORS Next databases that contain the requirements that you may want to link to Rhapsody model elements.
    Add Association window
    Note:

    When you add an association, the first item you have to select is the Requirements Management application. If you used a custom application context root value for the Requirements Management application when you configured the Jazz server, select the custom value that you defined, which will appear in the list in place of the default value, rm.

    For more information on creating associations, see this help topic on creating associations between projects.

  11. On the Links tab, set up an association to a CCM project area to make it possible to create links between model elements and CCM work items:
    1. For the Application, select /ccm. (To link to work items on the CCM server where you will be storing your Rhapsody model, select the local CCM option from the list. To link to work items on a different CCM server, select the /ccm application on that server.)
    2. For the Association, select Uses – Change Requests.
    3. For the Artifact Container, select the relevant CCM project area. This can be the name of the project area where you are storing your model if you are planning to use the project area for CCM work items as well.
  12. On the Links tab, set up an association to a CCM project area to make it possible to associate change sets with CCM work items before delivering the change sets:
    Note: This step is not required if you plan on associating change sets with work items from the project area where you store your Rhapsody model.
    1. For the Application, select /ccm. (If you plan on associating change sets with work items from other project areas on the server where you store your Rhapsody model, select the local CCM option from the list. If the work items will be from project areas on a different server, select the /ccm application on that server.)
    2. For the Association, select Uses – Change Sets.
    3. For the Artifact Container, select the relevant CMM project area.
  13. Click the Save button to save the changes that you made to the project area.
Note: To link to artifacts in other applications and to work in a global configuration context, you must enable configuration management capabilities for the project area. For details on enabling configuration management capabilities, see Enabling configuration management in Rhapsody Model Manager project areas.

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