Category Archives: Doors Next Generation

Jazz Community Contributions


The Jazz Community starts sharing their tools here: http://jazz-community.org/. The code for their tools can be found here. There is a very active Jazz user community of members of several companies in Europe that are heavily using the Jazz products … Continue reading

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The RTC SDK is about to change in 6.0.3


Since some time now, the RTC and Jazz Development teams are in discussion how to cope with the version compatibility requirements driven by Eclipse clients and the server API. In RTC 6.0.3 the SDK is about to be split into … Continue reading

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Alien Skies II – JavaScript Yet Another Computer Language?


I tried to look into Web UI Development, especially in the context of RTC Extensions like dashboards and the like several times in the past. I couldn’t get it to fly. It was a total disaster so far. I couldn’t understand … Continue reading

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Alien Skies – Peeking Into Doors Next Extensibility


I started a recon mission into the alien territory of Doors Next extensions recently and almost lost my way. Doors Next is one of the products I am responsible for. I have some experience with requirement management and I understand … Continue reading

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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

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