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Software that ENGULFS the COVID-19 viruses and germs that are floating in the air. This software/product would be created for personal space, businesses (indoor & outdoor). To have a better idea of this concept, the product would look like an air filter.
This concept is useful so that the World would have some type of normalcy. The product will be plugged in the wall and users would set specific commands to clean the air of germs and viruses.
Industry standard issue tracker for Rational Developer
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In PL/I MPO to Java converter in J2C Add the ability to use bit values other than multiples of 8
During a POC, IBM Germany is attempting to use the PL/I MPO to Java tooling in J2C packaged with IDz but supplied by RAD.The include file has bit fields that are currently not supported.This request is to add support for bit fields other than in m...
Creating a new Faces project should include the HCL portlet bridge
After updating portal to CF18 from HCL, faces portlets do not build. HCL (apparently) provided a new portlet bridge jar file which RAD cannot see. The portal runs the portlets just fine but the portlets do not build in RAD.
Please change the icon for Rational Developer for i (RDi)
Please change the icon for Rational Developer for i (RDi). The current one is horrible and looks like a fuzzy dark meaningless spot. When this icon was originally changed about 2 years ago I called support thinking there was a problem with my in...
Transform from OpenAPI 3.0.0 yaml file to REST Service Model
The Rational Software Architect Designer 188.8.131.52 does not support transformation from OpenAPI 3.0.0 yaml file to REST Service Model. And it also does not transform from REST Service Model to OpenAPI 3.0.0 yam file.However it does both types of tra...
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