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Support for C++ 17 "nodiscard" feature

IBM Rational Software Architect RealTime (RSARTE) should include support for the C++ nodiscard feature as described at the following site: C++ attribute: nodiscard (since C++17)

Support for C++17 "inline" specifier

Support for the C++ inline feature should be included in IBM Rational Software Architect RealTime. More details about the inline specificer can be found at the following site: inline specifier

Support for deprecated C++ features

Support for C++ deprecated features should be included in IBM Rational Software Architect RealTime (RSARTE). For details about the deprecated C++ features, refer to the site: C++ attribute: deprecated (since C++14)

RSA support for Java 11

we currently use the RSA in version 9.7.1 on Windows.Unfortunately, this does not allow development with Java 11, at most Java 9.When does IBM plan to offer an RSA version with Java 11 support?

REST API feature to search documents using watson assistant which is not available yet RAM

We are looking for REST APIs for RAM search that can be invoked via URL.and can be integrated with watson assistant.

Industry standard issue tracker for Rational Developer

Rational Developer (for i, z) is a great tool, and like all similar applications, RDi continually has a host of minor defects and possible enhancements.Opening an APAR with IBM for this sort of thing is overly complex and an antiquated sort of use...

Allow remote source when debugging in RDi

Provide the ability for a system definition in RDi to reference another system for source code.A possible implementation would be to associate a debug configuration with a system definition.

RAMv754's Standalone RTC not supported Java 8

We recently upgraded RAM Server to v754 but we are using Standalone RTCv6.0 Server to store RAM Policies. Unfortunately RTCv6.0 is not supporting Java 1.8. That reason we are one stopped one of the Cluster's RAM node which is running on other Serv...
almost 3 years ago in Rational Analysis, Design & Construction / Asset Manager 0 Future consideration

RDi - add proc interfaces to editor's filter view

Add proc interfaces to available filter views in the editor. Currently, the filter views are date, code, comments, control, procs, etc. When procs are chosen the dcl-proc and end-proc statements in RPGLE are shown. Add a view for proc interfaces t...

Add text formatting capability (eg. font sizing, bolding, highlighting) to the editor.

Add to code readability and code comments for documentation purposes and emphasize important lines or blocks of code.