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add the button Backout counter to the mq web console 9.2 very useful for the client to unlock the queue
is it possible to add the button Backout counter to the mq web console 9.2 like this: Increase BO counter +/-5 and Decrease BO counter+/-5? our client is asking for it. for now, the only option is to change the default value. but in case of blocke...
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 us...
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...
RSARTE option to make interface classes opaque when shared within the context of Connexis-enabled application
In the new RSARTE (RTist) paradigm, when DCS is shared, the entire Logical View is exposed to the application programmer. This user only needs to share in DCS - Logical View - <<external interfaces>> DCSModelInterfaces - <<Connex...
Cut, Copy and Paste Functionality when editing Transformation Configuration
ISSUE: When editing a Transformation Configuration, it is noticed that it is not possible to right-click a field to cut and paste, no options are listed to do so. However, Ctrl+X, Ctrl+V, and Ctrl+C still work. STEPS TO RECREATE:Import a sample "H...
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...
Project importer - Create working sets on project import
You have a project importer that is creating working sets on a project import.
When you import a project into the workspace, two working sets are created: one containing project that was selected for import and the second one containing project's...
Initializer kind: Brace and default copy constructor
Take a class, for example, SomeClassD with a field value of Int. If you select "Brace" in Properties::C++ General::Initializer Kind, then the generated copy constructor looks like the following:
SomeClassD::SomeClassD (const SomeClassD &rtg_a...
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