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Tag Archives: plain java api
Although I have done my share using and blogging about the API there are still a lot of uncharted areas. How can I use the RTC API to find a user by the name? This is a question that came … Continue reading
Rational Team Concert Process Customization – What you can and cannot do, that is the title of the webinar I presented two days ago. If you are interested in my view on this, you can find the replay of the … Continue reading
I intend this to become the beginners guide for the RTC java API’s. The reason is, I spend far too much time on the forums trying to answer beginner questions on how to get started over and over again. I … Continue reading
Recently I was contacted by a colleague about how to work with work item time tracking, available in the Formal Project Management Process. This is an area of the work item API I had not touched so far. So I … Continue reading
A lot of users have expressed the need to better understand how to set up and develop against the Plain Java Client Libraries and the client API in general. This post continues my series of best practices around extending and … Continue reading
This post is about what is available as API for RTC. I will try to provide you with some information about the available API’s. It was confusing to me in the beginning, so I assume others face the same problem. … Continue reading
There seem to be still a lot of questions around how to develop against the RTC API. I will try to cover the best practices I developed over the years in some posts on this Blog over the next few … Continue reading