So you have applied the latest iFix as that is the best praticse for your CLM/ELM environment just to find out your widgets have stopped working and you cannot find what could be the cause of the problem?   With the new iFixes starting from versions ELM 7.0.2 iFix004, ELM 7.0.1 iFix009, CLM 6.0.6.1 iFix018, and CLM 6.0.6 iFix022 the IBM has implemented new security measures to prevent Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) vulnerabilities.This measure has changed the behavior of all OpenSocial gadgets and RSS feeds that fetch content from an external service or location which results in errors when trying to add widgets to your side-panel or dashboard that worked flawlessly before. Solution?   In order to fix this issue and get your widgets working again you need to add the location (URLs) of your extension hosting servers into jazz "allowlist" first.You can find the allowlist in JTS application in Admin menu.…
For completeness, the DNG public API's that are available are:  RDNG Reportable API - extracting read only information from RDNG generally for creating custom reports to be run from DNG or RPE. As well, it can be used in a lot of custom applications interacting with RDNG. Big advantage of this API is its simplicity and great performance if you need to work with big amounts of data. Sometimes it's called as RDNG Reportable REST API. OSLC RM V2 API - the open standard way to programmatically integrate with DOORS Next Generation, there is an elaborate workshop to get you started here OSLC Workshop article. These programs can be from any language that supports various HTTP methods of requests, e.g. Java, C# etc. Hence these are more flexible to run and can read and update DNG data, as part of a web server, or standalone, but have some limitations set by the current OSLC standard, for example…
The purpose of this article is to make an overview of options you have when you have a need for reuse of artifacts like requirements, specifications, contracts or event full lifecycle management projects in IBM Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Management Platform (IBM Jazz). This article will be improved several times but the intention is not to describe everything since this is done in the consulting engagement.
Tracked-resource setsThe tracked-resource set (TRS) specification allows a server to expose set of resources in a way that allows clients to discover the exact set of resources in the set, to track all additions to and removals from the set, and to track state changes to all resources in the set. This specification is HTTP-based and follows RESTful principles. It is suitable for dealing with large sets containing a large number of resources, as well as highly active resource sets that undergo continual change. When project areas are enabled for configurations, for team members to see, use, create, or remove links across project areas, a Jazz administrator must install the Global Configuration Management (GCM) and Link Index Provider (LDX) applications. Use TRS v2.0 as a data source to create the linked lifecycle data index. When project areas are not enabled for configurations, to ensure that Lifecycle Query Engine (LQE) can access…
Tuesday, 09 March 2021 15:54

Load data in memory - work with arrays in RPE

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A lot of times when building a particular report (document) we are forced to query the same collection of data multiple times because we want to have different representations of that collection in the document.

For example, in one document, we want to have the first section with all Effective use cases and at the end of the document, we want to have the list of all use cases that are still in Draft state.

App Versions Used:

  • DNG version: 6.0.6.1
  • RPE/RRDG version: 6.0.6.1
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