Attribute Customization – Java Based Value Providers, Conditions and Validators


I had to look into how RTC Attribute Customization can be done using Java based Eclipse Extensions. This post shows how this works and provides with examples if you need to get started on the topic. Update: Also look at … Continue reading

Registering Custom Resource Intensive Scenarios to CLM Applications


There is no such thing as limitless computing power. This is an unfortunate truth that can cause problems running the CLM and other tools, as the usage grows. To understand what systems actually do when getting under heavy load, more … Continue reading

Publishing XML and Other Data With the WAS Liberty Profile


Since CLM now ships the WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile as default, you might want to be able to publish XML and other data similar to the easy way that was available in Tomcat, by just using the application server … Continue reading

Setting Access Control Permissions for SCM Versionables


This is the third post in the series around very fine grained access control permissions for work items and SCM versionables. It explains how to set the access control permissions for RTC SCM versionables. See the problem description in the … Continue reading

A Custom Condition to Make Attributes Required or Read-Only by Role Version 2


A new requirement came up. Prioritize mandatory over read only. Can that be done? It can, lets see how. As described in A Custom Condition to Make Attributes Required or Read-Only by Role it is possible to create custom behavior for … Continue reading

A Custom Condition to Make Attributes Required or Read-Only by Role


Recently, a customer wanted to make attributes required and read only in a way the built in operational behavior does not support. So I tried to find out if there would be a way to achieve this by an extension. … Continue reading