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  • Contents
    Module overview 1-2
    Introduction to Rational Team Concert1-3
    Project and Team Areas1-6
    Team member work flow1-11
    Exercise 1.1 and Exercise 1.21-22
    Team member work flow (continued)1-23
    Exercises 1.3, 1.4, and 1.51-33
    Rational Team Concert user interfaces1-34
    Rational Team Concert Help1-55
  • Notes:
    Instructor notes:
    Purpose — List the unit objectives
    Details —
    Additional information —
    Transition statement —
  • Instructor Notes:
    Explain where you are in the course.
  • This course focuses on how to complete software development tasks by using the Eclipse client. A working knowledge of an Eclipse IDE, such as Eclipse or IBM® Rational® Application Developer, is a key prerequisite for success with the hands-on lab exercises that are used throughout this course.
    The Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) provides integrations between Rational Team Concert, IBM® Rational® Quality Manager, and IBM® Rational® Requirements Composer. Integration with IBM® Rational® ClearQuest® is also available if you use the ClearQuest bridge. These integrations empower teams with in-context collaboration on software artifacts, web-like artifact navigation, and status tracking throughout team and project repositories.
  • Rational Team Concert is a collaborative software development environment that developers can use to efficiently work together by using integrated iteration planning, source control, work-item management, build management, dashboards, reports, and process support.
  • Instructor Notes:
    Explain where you are in the course.
  • Each Rational Team Concert project has one project area. A process is selected for the project and becomes the default process for all of the teams and iterations that belong to the project. However, process rules can be customized at the team level or the iteration level. A complete discussion of process definition in Rational Team Concert is beyond the scope of this class. A second course offering, Configuring Projects in IBM Rational Team Concert, V3.0.1, provides additional details for project administrators and team leads who create and configure Rational Team Concert projects and processes.
  • The default process for a project area is defined by a process template. Process templates provide a starting point and guide for a project area process configuration and iteration structure. A process template can include process documentation in HTML format. You apply a process template when you create a project area. Then, the process can be modified in the project area or its team areas, independently of the template.
    You can choose from several predefined process templates in Rational Team Concert. Project administrators can define a new custom process templates, or they can modify an existing process template to meet the unique needs of their project teams.
    A discussion of the differences between the provided process templates and the types of possible customization is beyond the scope of this course. For an in-depth review of the predefined processes in Rational Team Concert and how they can be customized, consider attending the Configuring Projects in IBM Rational Team Concert V3.0.1 course.
    Important: The sample projects that the lab exercises use in this course employ a process template that is derived from the scrum process.
  • A user can be a member of more than one team and have different roles and permissions on each team.
  • A discussion of best practices for iteration planning is beyond the scope of this course. For a thorough discussion of iteration planning, consider attending the Configuring Projects in IBM Rational Team Concert V3.0.1 course.
    Instructor Notes:
  • Instructor Notes:
    Explain where you are in the course.
  • If you are already connected to the repository and team area, you can create a repository workspace from one of the team streams or snapshots.
    Connect to a repository and project area or accept a team invitation. When you accept an invitation, a repository connection is automatically configured for you.
  • To accept a team invitation, you can also click File > Accept Team Invitation.
    Instructor Notes:
    Consider mentioning to the students that you can accept an invitation in the Eclipse client only, not in the web client.
  • A perspective defines the initial set and layout of views in the workbench window. Within the window, each perspective shares the same set of editors. Each perspective provides a set of functions that you can use to accomplish a specific type of task or work with specific types of resources.
    Perspectives control what is displayed in certain menus and toolbars. Perspectives also define available action sets, which you can change to customize a perspective. If you customize a perspective, you can save it to use it again later.
    You can use various submenus to customize a perspective. To open the submenus, click these menu items:
    File > New
    Window > Open Perspective
    Window > Show View
    Additional controls and menu options are in the toolbar and menu bar.
  • This image shows the Work Items perspective. On the left side of the workbench is the My Work view, which contains sections that are related to your work items: Inbox, Current Work, and Future Work. The Work Items view displays the results of the query that was most recently run. If you select a work item from the Work Items view, the Work Items editor opens. In this image, the Work Items editor is displayed on the right side of the workbench, above the Work Items view.
    Tip: You can rearrange and resize views and editors within each perspective according to your preferences.
  • This image shows the Java perspective. On the left side of the workbench is the Package Explorer view, which contains a navigable list of your project artifacts. The Work Items view is in the lower-right of the workbench. Select a file from the Package Explorer view to open a Source File editor, which in this image is above the Work Items view.
    Tip: You can rearrange and resize views and editors within each perspective according to your preferences.
  • Team Artifacts
    Manages your connections to a repository and a project area. When you are connected to a project area, you can access its artifacts. The artifacts are grouped into different nodes.
    Team Dashboard
    Gives you a quick overview of information that is relevant for your work, including builds, work-item activity, or change-set deliveries. The view has a user-configurable set of sections. Typically, each section is associated with a specialized view or editor that provides more details.
    My Work
    Shows the work that is currently assigned to you. You typically start to work on a work item from this view.
    Work Items
    Shows you the work items that are returned from a work item query.
  • Instructor Notes:
    If you are planning to configure the lab environment to use a shared Jazz server or servers and have not already updated the hosts file on the individual workstations, this is a good time to do so. The students can assist with this effort: Tell each student his or her assigned student number and how to update the local “hosts” file to point to the appropriate Jazz server. For detailed instructions, see the “Lab Setup Guide” in your Instructor Kit.
    These exercises take no more than 10 -15 minutes. Make sure that each student is comfortable working with the lab computers, particularly in the current learning environment.
  • Instructor Notes:
    Explain where you are in the course.
  • When you load a repository workspace in Rational Team Concert, a copy of the loaded files are stored in your local sandbox.
  • Instructor Notes:
    These three exercises take approximately 30 minutes to complete.
  • Instructor Notes:
    Explain where you are in the course.
  • The Rational Team Concert Eclipse client is a full-featured client that is ideal for software architects, developers, build engineers, and testers who work in an integrated development environment (IDE) that is based on Eclipse, such as Eclipse or Rational Application Developer.
  • Instructor Notes:
    In this course, the Eclipse client is used exclusively. Later modules will include much more detail.
  • The Rational Team Concert Client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE is a full-featured client that is ideal for software architects, developers, build engineers, and testers who work in a Visual Studio integrated development environment.
    Instructor Notes:
    This course focuses on the Eclipse client. Similar capabilities are provided for .NET developers in the Rational Team Concert Client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE. Because the Client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE is not used in this course, the next several slides show detailed screen captures of that tool.
  • In the Client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE, the Team Artifacts view is essentially the main place to access most Rational Team Concert capabilities. From that view, you can manage repository connections, project areas, team areas, repository workspaces, and sandboxes (local workspaces). You can also manage project-level artifacts from the Team Artifacts view, such as builds, project plans, reports, source-control components and streams, and work items.
  • Rational Team Concert Client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE has a menu named Team Concert. You can explore all of the added tool windows, search capabilities, work items, and source-control capabilities from that menu.
  • The Rational Team Concert web client is ideal for project stakeholders, managers, architects, build engineers, and testers who need access to work-item management functions, the build system, reports, and dashboards from a web client. Developers can also use the web client to change artifacts that are under source control.
    Instructor Notes:
    This course focuses on the Eclipse client. Many of the same capabilities are available in the web client. However, the web client is not as robust as the Eclipse environment is for software development. Because the web client is not used extensively in this course, the next several slides show detailed screen captures of that client.
  • Dashboards are supported in the web client only.
  • Instructor Notes:
    Explain where you are in the course.
  • Tutorials contain educational materials that you can use to learn the technologies and concepts behind products.
    Samples provide practical code examples and resources.
    Dynamic help provides contextual help for the interface or window that you are working in.
    The product help has topics about how to use Rational Team Concert.
  • To access the information center, click Help > Help Contents.
  • Note: Content on Jazz.net is governed by the Jazz.net Terms of Use and is provided as-is without warranties of any kind.
    A tremendous amount of community-provided and developer-provided support is available on the Jazz Community website. If you have a question that is not answered in the online help, you will likely find your answer on Jazz.net. This site contains documentation, download links, discussion forums, developer blogs and wikis, and a library of technical papers
  • Instructor Notes:
    This exercise takes approximately 15 minutes to complete.
  • Notes:
    Instructor notes:
    Purpose — Summarize the unit
    Details —
    Additional information —
    Transition statement —
  • Module 1: Overview of Rational Team Concert

    1. 1. Accelerating Product and Service Innovation Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM. 9.0 Developing Software with IBM Rational Team Concert Module 1: Overview of Rational Team Concert © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2014
    2. 2. Unit objectives After completing this unit, you should be able to: • Identify key elements in the IBM® Rational Team Concert™ Eclipse client. • Complete basic workflow tasks by using the Rational Team Concert Eclipse client.  Accept a project team invitation.  Find work items.  Modify elements that are stored in Jazz™ source control.  Check in your work and deliver the change set. • Understand the different Rational Team Concert user interfaces. • Use the Rational Team Concert help system. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    3. 3. Introduction to Rational Team Concert > Introduction to Rational Team Concert Project and team areas Team member work flow  Accept a team invitation  Find work items  Do your assigned work  Share your work Rational Team Concert user interfaces Rational Team Concert help > = Current topic © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    4. 4. Introduction to Rational Team Concert Rational Team Concert:  Is a product that is based on Jazz for developers, architects, and project managers  Enables team members to collaborate with integrated iteration planning, work- item management, source control, build management, dashboards, and reports  Supports process control and customization  Has a workbench that is based on Eclipse, a client interface for Microsoft® Visual Studio®, and a web interface  Is a key component of the Rational® solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    5. 5. Rational Team Concert Team advisor for defining and refining “rules” and enabling continuous improvement Process enactment and enforcement Support for team members to communicate about work in its context Single structure for project-related artifacts Facilitated team on-boarding and off-boarding, including team membership, subteams, and project inheritance Role-based operational control to flexibly define processes and capabilities Jazz Team Server Integrated stream management Component-level baselines Server-based sandboxes Parallel development ClearCase® bridge and connector Source-control management Work items Defects, enhancements, and conversations Query results to view and share Support for approvals and discussions Query editor interface ClearQuest bridge and connector Work-item and change-set traceability Build definitions for team and private builds Local or remote build servers Ant and command-line tool support Integration with IBM® Rational® Build Forge® Builds Iteration planning Integrated iteration planning and execution support Task estimation links to key milestones Agile process templates in the product Project transparency Customizable web-based dashboards Real time metrics and reports Project milestone tracking and status © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    6. 6. Project and team areas  Introduction to Rational Team Concert > Project and team areas  Team member work flow  Accept a team invitation  Find work items  Do your assigned work  Share your work  Rational Team Concert user interfaces  Rational Team Concert help > = Current topic © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    7. 7. Project and team areas A project administrator or team lead sets up a project area in Rational Team Concert:  Creates a project area and optional team areas  Defines the process for this project  Defines the project iterations and plans  Defines the teams  Creates work items  Generates email invitations for team members to join the project Your role and corresponding permissions in the Jazz repository are based on the project areas and team areas that you are a member of. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    8. 8. Project area: Defining a process A project administrator or team lead creates a project area in the Jazz repository. Each project area has an associated process, which is the collection of practices, rules, and guidelines that organize and control the flow of work. Typically, the process of a project is based on a predefined process template, which can be optionally modified to meet unique project needs. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    9. 9. Team areas A project area can optionally contain team areas that define the subteams that work on the project:  Team areas inherit the processes that are defined for the projects by default.  Team areas define the timelines in which the teams are participating.  Team areas define team members and their roles. Each team area can define process customizations to tailor the defined project process for the team. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    10. 10. Work items and iteration plans Work items capture planned work for a project:  Describe requirements, defects, and feature improvements  Identify other tasks that are related to project development The types of work items that are in a project area or team area are defined in the process configuration. The project administrator or team lead organizes work into a series of iterations, called an iteration plan.  An iteration is generally bound to a specific time period and has a well-defined scope of work items to completed.  The process can be adjusted based on iteration plans. Additional approvals might be required to introduce a new feature late in the development cycle. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    11. 11. Accept a team invitation  Introduction to Rational Team Concert  Project and Team Areas > Team member work flow > Accept a team invitation  Find work items  Do your assigned work  Share your work  Rational Team Concert user interfaces  Rational Team Concert help > = Current topic © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    12. 12. Team member workflow As a team member, these steps represent a typical workflow: 1. Join a project. 2. Find work items that are assigned to you. 3. Complete tasks that relate to your work items by modifying files under source control. 4. Share your work with the team. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    13. 13. Team invitation When you are added to a team area or a project area, the project administrator or team lead typically sends you an email invitation to join the project. The invitation provides the repository connection information and project area information that you need to join the project. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    14. 14. Accepting a team invitation 1. In Rational Team Concert, click Accept Team Invitation. 2. Copy the text from your email invitation, and then paste it in the Accept Team Invitation window. Then, click Finish. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    15. 15. Accepting a team invitation (continued) After you join a project, you can access the team area and team artifacts. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    16. 16. Rational Team Concert workbench The Rational Team Concert workbench is a desktop development environment that is based on Eclipse. The workbench consists of these elements:  Perspectives: a group of views and editors  Views: the elements that you use to navigate a list or hierarchy of information, or display properties for the active editor  Editors: the elements that you use to edit or browse a resource Reminder: A prerequisite for this course is a working knowledge of an Eclipse IDE. If you have used development environments that are based on Eclipse, the Rational Team Concert workbench will be familiar. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    17. 17. Perspectives Perspectives define the initial set and layout of views in the workbench window. Each perspective provides a functional set of views that you can use to work with specific tasks and types of resources:  The Java perspective combines views for editing Java source files.  The Work Items perspective provides tools for creating, triaging, and working with work items. You can configure the layout and aspects of a perspective. For example, you can add and remove views. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    18. 18. Perspective example: Work Items perspective The Work Items perspective has views that provide tools to create, triage, and work with work items Current perspective © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    19. 19. Perspective example: Java perspective The Java perspective has views and editors for working with Java projects. Click Open Perspective to change to another perspective. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    20. 20. Views Each perspective has a set of views that support editors and ways to navigate the information in the workbench. Use views in the Work Items perspective to navigate team artifacts, work items, and team information. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    21. 21. Editors Depending on the type of file that is being edited, the appropriate editor is displayed in the editor area. This example shows the User editor. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    22. 22. Exercises 1.1 and 1.2 Complete these tasks:  Connect to the Jazz repository and join a project.  Optionally, update your user profile by using the User editor. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    23. 23. Find Work items  Introduction to Rational Team Concert  Project and team areas > Team member work flow  Accept a team invitation > Find work items > Do your assigned work > Share your work  Rational Team Concert user interfaces  Rational Team Concert help > = Current topic © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    24. 24. Team Artifacts view Use the Team Artifacts view to access, create, and manage these items: • Repository connections • Project areas • Team areas • Work-item queries • Artifacts © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    25. 25. Finding work items Find work items by running a query. The Work Items folder contains private queries and queries that are shared with your team. Find work items by running a query. The Work Items folder contains private queries and queries that are shared with your team. Double-click a query to run it. Query results are displayed in the Work Items view. Double-click a query to run it. Query results are displayed in the Work Items view. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    26. 26. Viewing a work item Details about the work item are in the Details section. To begin work on the work item, change the state to Start Working. Double-click a work item to view it in the Work Items editor. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    27. 27. Workspace • To work on a project, you must have a local sandbox, which is a directory in your computer file system where you can work with files and folders under source control. In an Eclipse environment, this is the Eclipse workspace. • You load, or copy, files and folders from a repository workspace on the server to your local sandbox. Local sandbox Repository workspace Component Load Local copy of component © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    28. 28. Workspace (continued) • Changes that you make in your local sandbox are stored on your local file system only • When you check in changes, the modified files and folders are copied to your personal repository workspace on Jazz Team Server Local sandbox Repository workspace Component Load Local copy of component Check in © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    29. 29. My Repository Workspaces In the Team Artifacts view, My Repository Workspaces lists your repository workspaces and their project components. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    30. 30. Pending changes Changes that you make to items in your local sandbox accumulate in the component’s Unresolved folder in the Pending Changes view. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    31. 31. Checking in changes When you check in your changes, they are added to a change set. A change set contains a set of modified files and folders that relate to a specific activity. This activity is identified by a comment or a reference to an associated work item. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    32. 32. Delivering changes to a stream • Checked-in changes are not shared with the team until you deliver the change sets from your repository workspace to the team’s stream. • A stream is a repository object that integrates the work that is done in developers’ workspaces. Repository Workspace Stream Deliver Change Sets © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    33. 33. Exercises 1.3, 1.4, and 1.5 Complete these tasks:  Review work items.  Create a repository workspace.  Change source files to complete an assigned work item.  Check in the change set that is associated with the work item.  Deliver the change set. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    34. 34. Rational Team Concert user interfaces  Introduction to Rational Team Concert  Project and team areas  Team member work flow  Accept a team invitation  Find work items  Do your assigned work  Share your work > Rational Team Concert user interfaces  Rational Team Concert help > = Current topic © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    35. 35. Rational Team Concert user interfaces  Rational Team Concert Eclipse client  Rational Team Concert Client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE  Rational Team Concert web client  Command-line source control interface © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    36. 36. Rational Team Concert user interfaces Eclipse client Client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE Web client Command-line source control interface Source control Yes Yes Yes Yes IDE integration Yes Yes No No Work-item management Yes Yes Yes No Planning Yes Yes* Yes No Build Yes Yes Yes No Reports Yes* Yes* Yes No Dashboards No No Yes No *Uses an embedded web user interface (UI)© Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    37. 37. This client is ideal for developers who work in a development environment that is based on Eclipse. The client is an extension of the Eclipse integrated development environment. •It provides views, perspectives, and capabilities that are related to project planning, work-item management, build management, and reporting. •It integrates into Eclipse as a source control provider. The Eclipse client supports Eclipse 3.8.2, which comes with the product, and version 4.2.2. Rational Team Concert Eclipse client © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    38. 38. Jazz and Rational Team Concert capabilities in the Eclipse client Artifact management Build management Project planning Reporting Source control Work-item management © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    39. 39. Jazz and Rational Team Concert capabilities in the Eclipse client Repository search Search an entire repository Limit a search to these elements:  Attachments  Plan items  Wiki pages  Work items © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    40. 40. Rational Team Concert Client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE This client is ideal for developers who work in a Visual Studio environment. The client provides a first class integration. The client is an extension of the Visual Studio integrated development environment. It integrates into editors, the Properties view, Solution Explorer, Options pages, toolbars, menus, tool windows, and Error view. It integrates with Visual Studio as a source-control provider. All versions of Visual Studio are supported: 2010, 2008 SP1, and 2005 SP1. This client follows Visual Studio international settings. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    41. 41. Artifact management Capabilities in the client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    42. 42. Capabilities in the client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE (continued) Project planning © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    43. 43. Capabilities in the client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE (continued) Reporting © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    44. 44. Capabilities in the client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE (continued) Work-item management Build management © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    45. 45. Capabilities in the client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE (continued) Source control © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    46. 46. Capabilities in the client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE (continued) Repository search © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    47. 47. Rational Team Concert web client • The web client is ideal for project managers, stakeholders, and other contributors who are not using a supported integrated development environment. • The client provides access to these capabilities: Dashboards Work-item management Project planning Source control Build management Reporting © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    48. 48. Jazz and Rational Team Concert capabilities in the web client Dashboards © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    49. 49. Jazz and Rational Team Concert capabilities in the web client Work-item management © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    50. 50. Jazz and Rational Team Concert capabilities in the web client Project planning © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    51. 51. Jazz and Rational Team Concert capabilities in the web client Source control © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    52. 52. Jazz and Rational Team Concert capabilities in the web client Build management © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    53. 53. Jazz and Rational Team Concert capabilities in the web client Reporting © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    54. 54. Command-line source control interface Rational Team Concert source control includes a command-line interface that provides flexible, scriptable access to essential source control operations from any command shell:  The tools are installed in this directory: JazzInstallDir/scmtools/eclipse.  Set your PATH environment variable to the aforementioned directory to use a command shell on the Windows, UNIX, or Linux operating systems. Example: Logging to the repository $ scm login -r https://your.repository.com:9443/ccm -n nickname -u deb –c Password (deb @ https://your.repository.com:9443/ccm): Logged in to https://your.repository.com:9443/ccm © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    55. 55. Rational Team Concert help  Introduction to Rational Team Concert  Project and Team Areas  Team member work flow  Accept a team invitation  Find work items  Do your assigned work  Share your work  Rational Team Concert user interfaces > Rational Team Concert help > = Current topic © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    56. 56. Rational Team Concert has help options to assist you:  Information  Tips and tricks  Tutorials  Samples  Cheat Sheets Using the Rational Team Concert help contents © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    57. 57. Information center The information center provides instructions to use Rational Team Concert, links to web resources, and access to subscribe to web feeds. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    58. 58. Viewing help content Click the Bookmark icon to mark a page so that you can return to it. Click Print to print the page. Use the information center Contents view to find help on a particular subject. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    59. 59. Searching help content Type a term in the Search field, and then click Go to search the information center. Click Search scope to define the scope of your search. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    60. 60. Tours and tutorials Tours are multimedia displays that provide high-level overviews of important concepts and product functions. Tutorials contain educational materials that you can use to learn the technologies and concepts behind Rational Team Concert through hands-on, guided practice. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    61. 61. Dynamic help In Rational Team Concert, you can press F1 for contextual help about the window or view that you want to learn about. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    62. 62. Jazz Community website © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    63. 63. Hands-on exercise Explore the Jazz Community website  Go to http://www.jazz.net.  Create an account or sign in to your user account.  Explore: – Click Forums > Rational Team Concert. – Click Library. – Click Development > Wiki. – Click Community > Jazz Team Blogs. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013
    64. 64. Unit summary Having completed this unit, you should be able to: • Identify key elements in the IBM® Rational Team Concert™ Eclipse client. • Complete basic workflow tasks by using the Rational Team Concert Eclipse client.  Accept a project team invitation.  Find work items.  Modify elements that are stored in Jazz™ source control.  Check in your work and deliver the change set. • Understand the different Rational Team Concert user interfaces. • Use the Rational Team Concert help system. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2008, 2013

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