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- Understanding and Using the RTC Java Client API
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- Setting up Rational Team Concert for API Development
- A RTC WorkItem Command Line Version 3.0
- A RTC WorkItem Command Line Version 2
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Tag Archives: WCL
To allow customers to use and share the WorkItem Command Line freely, it has now been released under the MIT License. The resulting source code for version 4.0 is available on IBM Bluemix DevOps Services in the project Jazz In … Continue reading
I was talking to a customer recently. They are using the WorkItem Command Line for some automation purposes. Since this can trigger e-mail notifications to a huge amount of users they wanted to use the new Skip Mail save WorkItem … Continue reading
In the last post Extending the WorkItem Command Line With New Commands we added a new command to the WorkItemCommandLine to implement a solution for attribute data migration as explained in Workaround: Migrate from Rational Team Concert 3.X string attribute used … Continue reading
If one needs a new command to be run in the WorkItem Command Line, what needs to be done? Lets explore this with the background from the post The WorkItem Command Line Explained. As always, keep in mind, this is … Continue reading