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Tag Archives: rational-team-concert
In the unlikely event you have missed it or just to complete the hit list if you search for examples on this blog, the Build On State Change Work Item Save participant/follow up action is a complete example as part … 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
Spamming the in-boxes of your project with notification mails? This is a reblog of Marks internal blog. The RTC Mail Filtering Problem A common requirement for Rational Team Concert administrators is the need for limiting email notifications for a single … Continue reading
A lot of users try Java Script based attribute customization and often run into issues. They ask on the Jazz.net forum to get the issue solved. Unfortunately the questions usually lack the information required to help. This post explains how … Continue reading
Take a look at this great community contribution. If you ever wanted to be able to easily see the status of a plan and balance the load in the dashboard, this could be the ideal solution for you. I already … Continue reading
If you are new to extending RTC, you might want to look at Bartosz Chrabskis post How to create Rational Team Concert – Advisor & Participant Extension (step by step) and the related video for creating a participant as well … Continue reading