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Category Archives: RTC Process Customization
A customer requires very fine grained access control to work items and versionable objects such as files in the SCM system. In addition the customer had the requirement to be able to set attributes on elements in the SCM system. … Continue reading
I always wanted to do a Server Work Item Save advisor, so here is a simple example. This advisor will prevent closing work items for any user that is not the owner of the work item. Since the code turned … Continue reading
The RTC Work Item shall guide the user to the component, where the fix needs to be done. Is it possible to implement this requirement in RTC? This was basically a requirement that I was asked for how to implement … Continue reading
How can the Rational Team Concert Extensions workshop be changed to be easier to use with newer versions of Rational Team Concert? This is a question that I was contemplating about since I picked up the maintenance of the workshop. … Continue reading
Why I missed this easy solution beats me, however, as my team mate Freddy points out in his (e-mail) answer to my comment on his blog about HTTP Filtered Value Sets it is even easier to publish XML data – … Continue reading
Can you publish XML files for the HTTP Filtered Value Set on Tomcat? This was a question I asked myself when working on Lab 4 of the Process Enactment Workshop. My first answer, and also response to this forum question … Continue reading