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Rational Change 5.3 uses Jetty version 8.1.3 and Rational Change 5.2 is compatible with the version 8.1.3. The version 8.1.3 of Jetty is deprecated from November 2014.Could you tell me if it is possible to upgrade Jetty to the last version (9.4.6)...
In Rational Change I would like to have a way of displaying a user notification on a post transition trigger. For a current requirement I had to use ChangeTriggerApi ?transition' method to transition the CR to a different state than what the user ...
Store collapse/expand section behavior through user preferences
Having CR forms comprised of multiple sections it would be very useful if a section_start attribute could be defined as a user preference attribute. This way a user could define (=control) the default behavior for what to show collapsed or expanded.
As described in the above PMR, Change uses /tmp to move files out of Synergy in preparation to download them to the user's browser (UNIX solution). The problem is that most UNIX operating systems use /tmp for their swap space and when it runs out ...
"Java applets" are of Oracle Company, from 9 Java no longer supported (March 2017)
Perhaps you have already read it, because of Oracle, there was the following message: "Java applets" are of Oracle Company, from 9 Java no longer supported (March 2017) https://blogs.oracle.com/java-platform-group/entry/moving_to_a_plugin_free Can...
Do not report Admin Users in the Active Users Report
We have 49 production databases loaded on 1 Change context. When you log onto the admin home page, the active users list provides a very large number of active users, however, when you hit the "Total Users" link you find out that you really have t...
Change: Need support for Windows Server 2012 compatibility
We currently have Change 5.3.0 and Synergy 7.2.0 hosted on the same physical server running Windows Server 2003, providing config/change control for a long-life (25-years or more) software product line. This host OS is nearing end-of-life and our ...
Requested for IBM Rational Change for HP QC Interface Tool further enhancemnt for using HP QC 12.0
We are using IBM Rational Synery 18.104.22.168, Rational Change 22.214.171.124 for HP Quality center 10.0 with IBM Rational Change and HP Quality Center Interface 126.96.36.199 for Synchronization between QC-CS. From the above existing setup, we are planning to migr...
Documentation regarding to notification mail trigger script
There seems no information exist regarding to notification mail trigger script in Rational Change. It is too hard to figure out how to customize the format of mail, conditions, and so on. User need to look into perl scripts and deep into the folde...
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