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Publish your RMC process to Team Concert

10 October, 2008 (15:28) | Rational Method Composer | By: Peter

We just released an incubator (an experimental unsupported solution for feedback that you can use at your own risk) for Rational Method Composer and Rational Team Concert users on This incubator provides experimental code that allows generating a Jazz process template based on a process modeled and documented with Rational Method Composer, which is then uploaded along with the published process documentation to the Jazz Team Server. There the process template can be used for creating a project and the published content will be directly available for team members using Rational Team Concert.

Read this tutorial to learn all about it, including where to download and how to set it up: “How to document your team’s processes for IBM Rational Team Concert using IBM Rational Method Composer“.

[Update 10/22: New URL for the tutorial.]


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Comment from Ferdy
Time: October 15, 2008, 1:47 pm

Hi Peter!

Just a quick comment to tell you that I’ve found the tutorial very interesting and well explained. After following all the steps, I’ve been able to deploy our organization process into our Jazz/RTC instance. Much better than the Jazz process editor. Nice work.


Comment from Peter
Time: October 15, 2008, 2:41 pm

Glad to hear that. Keep us posted on how you use this capability.

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