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CLM 2011 Upgrade Reference

Jazz.net now has a single landing page for technical information on CLM 2011 upgrades. The Upgrade Reference for CLM 2011 starts with a Quickstart scenario – “quick” being a relative term – and a set of references organized into Understanding, … Continue reading

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Websphere Application Server Free with CLM Products

Many people are unaware that you get a license of WAS when you purchase RTC client licenses. This means you can use WAS as your JTS/RTC/RQM/RRC application server instead of Tomcat. WAS can do a lot more than Tomcat, and … Continue reading

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Upgrade Shortcut: Upgrading to CLM 2011 the Easy Way

Now that people are in the thick of upgrading their CLM-based products (RTC, RQM, RTC) to 2011, I’m often asked what the best way is to understand and execute the complex upgrade. I tell them to read the Upgrade Rules, … Continue reading

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You Can’t Change the Public URI. Really. You Can’t.

There is now an official version of this article here on Jazz.net. So here’s the first thing you need to know when performing admistrative tasks on Jazz-based products: You cannot change the public URI. You cannot change the root context.  … Continue reading

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CLM 2011 Upgrade Workshop for RTC/RQM/RRC 3.0.1

The Jazz Jumpstart team has completed the first version of the CLM 2011 Upgrade Workshop, now available for download on Jazz.net. This is a major self-mentoring milestone for everyone interested in administering JTS, RTC, RQM, and RRC applications. The workshop … Continue reading

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First Look at Migrating Jazz-based Products to 3.0.1

I haven’t posted in weeks because we’ve been locked in a room testing the migration of Jazz-based products to version 3.0.1, otherwise known as Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM). It’s time to come up for some air and give you a … Continue reading

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