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IBM Internet of Things Continuous Engineering Solution - Installation overview

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Installation roadmap

  1. Install the following applications by using the instructions in the Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management documentation:
    • Jazz™ Team Server
    • Rational Team Concert
    • Rational Quality Manager
    • Rational DOORS® Next Generation
    • Jazz Reporting Service (Report Builder, Data Collection Component, Lifecycle Query Engine)
    • Global Configuration Management (GCM)
    • Link Index Provider (LDX)
    • Rational Engineering Lifecycle Manager
    • Rhapsody Design Management
  2. Install Rational DOORS and Doors Web Access. Follow the instructions in the Rational DOORS documentation.
  3. Install Rational Rhapsody®. Follow the instructions in the Rational Rhapsody documentation.
  4. Configure data sharing among applications. Learn about integrating CLM applications with other development lifecycle management applications.

Installation terminology

These terms are used in the installation documentation:

Installation directory
The location of product artifacts after the package is installed.
An installable unit of a software product. Software product packages are separately installable units that can operate independently from other packages of that software product.
Package group
A package group is a directory in which different product packages share resources with other packages in the same group. When you install a package using Installation Manager, you can create a new package group or install the packages into an existing package group. (Some packages cannot share a package group, in which case the option to use an existing package group is unavailable.)
A storage area where packages are available for download. A repository can be disc media, a folder on a local hard disk, or a server or web location.
Shared directory
In some instances, product packages can share resources. These resources are in a directory that the packages share.

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