RQM Test Lab Management: a cheat sheet

Recently, I've visited a Southern state of the US for a business trip. Among other topics, I've focused on the Test Lab management capabilities of RQM. I remember that, during my initial grasp of this part of RQM, the information provided in various places (see the References section below) helped me a lot. Nonetheless I... Continue Reading →

Direct access to CLM (RTC/RQM/RDNG/DM) Help / InfoCenter: a cheat sheet

Have you figured out that the CLM InfoCenter was relocated to a central Knowledge Center for a while now? As known by all of us (but often forgotten as well) the product documentation is the CORE/PRIMARY source of information (before reaching out to any other one). But last time you were questioning a specific feature... Continue Reading →

CLM,RTC,RQM,RRC/RDNG: recommendations and “educated guesses” for limitations

As part of the Jumpstart team, I help our customers in their CLM adoption and deployments. Customers raise questions on the sizing of their CLM environment, the topologies to adopt, etc. The questions I hear most often are: "How many users (total or concurrent) can my CLM environment support ?" "RTC rollout at our company... Continue Reading →

A RQM usage anti-pattern: multiplying test scripts associated to a test case

During discussions with customers who start using Rational Quality Manager,  I sometimes get the following questions: "I've associated MULTIPLE test scripts to my test cases. Now when I execute them, the LAST execution status returned when selecting a specific test script OVERRIDES previous execution status (with a different test script associated). Seems like RQM is... Continue Reading →

Using the CLM templates…

Once you have completed the "Money That Matters" tutorial on your CLM Beta 3 install, you certainly feel like Bob, Deb, Marco, Rebecca and Tanuj are familiar to you. Having a step back, would you wonder : "How would I create my own Lifecycle Application Project - let's say- from scratch ?" Getting Started section... Continue Reading →

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