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This section of the wiki provides resources for understanding how to configure and manage integrations between the core Rational ALM products (referred to as ALM Core), across the IBM DevOps end-to-end solution set of products and, as possible, in heterogeneous environments involving third-party tooling integrations with the ALM Core. The Rational products support a wide variety of integration "types":

  • Import/Export
  • Data sharing through adapters, proprietary engines, bridges, and synchronizers
  • Programmatic integration through product APIs - API Landing Page
Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) plays a growing role in Rational integrations; OSLC is a standards-based technology to enable artifact creation, linking, and data sharing across applications.

Integration 101 - Start Here!

Before proceeding to review the individual Integration topics, please take a moment to review the sections below to understand how to get started with installations and upgrades involving integrations as well as our scenarios-based focus that guides our documentation and testing efforts:

Integrations By Solution

Integrations By Product

Third-Party Tool Integrations

Integration troubleshooting

This section is the starting point for information and techniques to help diagnose integration issues that occur with the products of the Rational solution for CLM.

Questions and comments:
  • What other integrations information would you like to see here?
  • Do you have integrations scenarios to share?
  • Do you have scenarios that are not addressed in documentation?
  • Where are you having problems in deploying integrations?

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