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Tag Archives: SCM
Rational Team Concert 6.0.4 tries to make the check-in operation available to advisors and follow up actions. Michael Valenta recently published an article on Adding a check-in participant to Rational Team Concert source control. on Jazz.net which provides details about … Continue reading
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
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 does delivering change sets from a repository workspace work and how can I create baselines and deliver them? This post shows some of the Client API used to do this kind of operations. As described in the articles Deploying … Continue reading
How can I manage the streams, repository workspaces and components in a RTC project area using the Plain Java Clients Library? As described in the last post I want to automatically set up a project, manage the streams and components … Continue reading