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The Process Practice

Process engineering with the Eclipse Process Framework and Rational Method Composer

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Resources

Last update: 03/17/2010. ((new) marks new or recently updated references)

Overviews

These are mainly paper that introduce RMC and EPF and explain the main concepts. Get started here if you have not seen anything about these tools or want to refresh your knowledge.

Tutorials

These provide step-by-step instructions for achieving specific goals with the tools. They are listed in the order in which you could sequentially walk through these to learn RMC or EPF. Also do not forget to review the tutorials in the RMC and EPFC online help.

Demos and Webcasts

Don’t like to read? Then these might suit you better as these are all recorded videos and presentations.

Training

A couple of instructor-lead and web-based training classes IBM offers.

Advanced Topics

Web Resources

You find more references and material here.

Method Content and Processes

A growing list of content managed with RMC and EPFC.

Third Party Resources

More applications and content around RMC and EPF from third-parties around the Web.

Comments

Pingback from The Process Practice » Added Resources page
Time: March 28, 2008, 5:45 pm

[…] Resources […]

Comment from Tom Weinberger
Time: April 9, 2008, 8:28 am

Your resources list above should also mention there is an open enrollment class available from IBM available for the RMC product.

Comment from Peter
Time: April 10, 2008, 5:43 pm

Thanks Tom. I added a few.

Pingback from The Process Practice » RMC 7.5: New and Noteworthy
Time: October 29, 2008, 10:38 pm

[…] Resources […]

Comment from John Long
Time: March 15, 2010, 9:47 am

Peter, is it possible to publish to PDF or Word using EPF Composer, or is that just a capability in RMC?

Comment from Peter
Time: March 15, 2010, 10:11 am

Hello John. Hope you are doing well? The Birt integration is indeed an RMC-only capability.

Comment from A Rasheed K.M
Time: April 12, 2010, 1:38 am

Hello Peter,

We have a website which is published directly out of RMC 7.5. We want to make it W3 compliant. Which file is RMC needs to be updated for this?

Thank you.

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