Collaborative Application Lifecycle Management with IBM Rational Products

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Posted by gary hathaway on 3 December 2008 at 19:23

Any closer to publishing this redbook?
it is a great piece of work and I am looking forward to seeing the "finished" book.
Any chance that you would be adding an RMC process front end to create a process template to the lifecycle?

Posted by Dr. Mats Göthe on 9 December 2008 at 7:42

We are targeting a publication date by end of December. This final version will not contain any significant changes to existing content.

Posted by Robert David on 9 February 2009 at 10:43


Page 45
Project health and dashboard
Last line of the first paragraph

Gantt charts are nice, but do they or hinder your ability to execute?

Missing the word help.

Posted by Robert David on 9 February 2009 at 13:20


Page 43 (adobe reader 63)

Iterative development

Many enterprises have not adopted iterative development, and yet it must be proven as an
effective tool for managing risk and achieving user acceptance more easily.

... even though it has been proven as an effective tool ...

Posted by Robert David on 9 February 2009 at 19:12

Page 72 (adobe reader 92)
3.7.2 Product integrations for this scenario
Rational RequisitePro and Rational Requirements Composer

Second paragraph:

The sketches that are created in
Rational RequisitePro Composer are linked to the requirements that are managed by
Rational RequisitePro.

Second sentence should be:

The sketches that are created in
Rational Requirements Composer ...

not Rational RequisitePro Composer.

Posted by Robert David on 10 February 2009 at 15:03


Figure 4-7 Traceability and impact analysis

Top-right note, fourth word:

If the stakeholder reuest
changes, this change might
impact the feature that is
traced to it.

reuest -> request


Publish Date
23 December 2008

Last Update
21 January 2009

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