Jim Herron, Island Training CTO and IBM Champion, continues the examination of Rational Quality Manager recorded for a recent IBM Middleware User Community webcast. In these five videos, we look at the test assets inside RQM that show the details and results when executing tests.
Jim Herron, Island Training CTO and IBM Champion, shows you the test assets in Rational Quality Manager (RQM) for planning and constructing your test effort. These videos were recorded for a recent IBM Middleware User Community webcast.
In our previous article, we began exploring features found in Quick Planner, a feature first introduced in the v5.0.2 version of RTC and extended in the just-released V6.0 version. We learned how to use the interface as both developers and team members by looking at and prioritizing assigned work items.
In this article we will look at Quick Planner from the perspective of a ScrumMaster or project manager by exploring the features in Quick Planner that allow rapid work when prioritizing and grooming the backlog, as well as tracking team status.
For developers, Rational Team Concert offers deep integrations with the Eclipse and Visual Studio IDE’s (Integrated Development Environments). These deep integrations allow developers to complete tasks such as:
View and prioritize the work items assigned to them
Create a new work item and associate it with a plan
But, what if you’re a developer who is not near your favorite IDE? Is there way to quickly and efficiently handle these tasks?
In the most recent update to Rational Team Concert, developers and other members of the development team make quick edits to work items and plans using a new feature called Quick Planner. In this blog article, we will look at how developers can utilize the Quick Planner, which is now available in the v5.0.2 version of RTC.
Our story so far: Island Training took on a challenge to create an interesting and engaging live demo of an end-to-end DevOps process. We set a 10-minute limit for the full demo cycle, from requirement to deployed personalized tickets. In Part 1, we took advantage of links between DOORS Next Generation (DNG) and Rational Team Concert (RTC) to create work items from requirements. In Part 2, we used the REST API to generate our deliverable text file.
In this chapter, we’ll explain how UrbanCode Deploy played a key role in meeting the 10-minute demo deadline.
In our first episode, Island Training took on a challenge for IBM’s InterConnect conference: create an interesting and engaging live demo of an end-to-end DevOps process for the Expo Hall. We set a 10-minute limit for the full demo cycle, from requirement to deployed personalized tickets. In Part 1, we explained how we took advantage of the links between DNG and RTC to create work items from requirements.
In this chapter, we use the REST API to generate our deliverable text file.
For our demonstration, we need to create a text file with all the names that we gather from Drink Order requirements. Manually creating the file will eat valuable time from the 10-minute demo—automation is critical to the demo’s speed/success. So, we need to programmatically connect to either RTC or DNG. But how?
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