Application Lifecycle Management with SCLM on System z

An IBM Redbooks publication

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ISBN-10: 0738431893
ISBN-13: 9780738431895
IBM Form #: SG24-7592-00


Authors: Joe DeCarlo, Liam Doherty, Richard Levey, Jennifer Nelson and Johann Pramberger

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    Abstract

    -> -> -> Readers may want to download the Additional Materials for this book.

    -> -> -> Contained in the Additional Materials is a PowerPoint presentation named:

    -> -> -> SG247592_Overview.ppt. Since this is a large book,

    -> -> -> the PowerPoint presentation, in addition to the Table of Contents,

    -> -> -> will assist you in navigating through the book.

    In this IBM® Redbooks® publication, we describe and document a number of different aspects of the Software Configuration and Library Manager (SCLM) in the context of the overall IBM Software Delivery Platform (SDP) offering of the Rational® Brand.

    SCLM is considered to be a complete Software Configuration Management System (SCM) for artifact management via source and version control, build management, and promotion management of artifacts with an open interface to connect to other components required in the Application Lifecycle Management (ALM).

    The book is structured as follows:

    Part 1: IBM Software Delivery Platform (SDP)

    Part 2: SCLM: For beginners

    Part 3: SCLM: Beyond the basics and best practices

    Part 4: SCLM: Advanced topics

    Part 5: SCLM Advanced Edition: Topics

    Part 6: SCLM Advanced Edition: Developing with the SCLM Developer Toolkit

    Part 7: SCLM Advanced Edition: Administrating projects with the SCLM Administration Toolkit

    Table of Contents

    Part 1. IBM Software Delivery Platform (SDP)

    Chapter 1. Overview of IBM Software Delivery Platform

    Chapter 2. Overview of Software Change and Configuration Management

    Chapter 3. Overview of Software Configuration and Library Manager

    Part 2. SCLM: For beginners

    Chapter 4. Utilizing SCLM for your software development work items

    Chapter 5. Extending the sample application

    Part 3. SCLM: Beyond the basics and best practices

    Chapter 6. Extending the SCLM Sample Project

    Chapter 7. Migrating to SCLM

    Part 4. SCLM: Advanced topics

    Chapter 8. Writing DB2 translators and bind processing

    Chapter 9. Debugging and fault analysis with SCLM

    Chapter 10. Setting up the project for package backout

    Chapter 11. Member level locking and Where-used utility

    Chapter 12. SCLM user exit processing

    Chapter 13. Using SCLM services

    Chapter 14. Reporting in SCLM

    Chapter 15. Module encoding and member protection

    Chapter 16. NOPROM function

    Part 5. SCLM Advanced Edition: Products

    Chapter 17. Breeze for SCLM: Installation, setup, and use

    Chapter 18. Enhanced Access Control: Bridging the gap from SCLM to RACF

    Chapter 19. Merge Tool

    Part 6. SCLM Advanced Edition: Developing with the SCLM Developer Toolkit

    Chapter 20. Open systems basics

    Chapter 21. SCLM Developer Toolkit configuration

    Chapter 22. SCLM Developer Toolkit for mainframe development

    Chapter 23. SCLM Developer Toolkit for Eclipse project managed applications

    Chapter 24. Deployment with SCLM Developer Toolkit

    Part 7. SCLM Advanced Edition: Administering projects with the SCLM Administrator Toolkit

    Chapter 25. IBM SCLM Administrator Toolkit

    Chapter 26. Features and functions of the SCLM Administrator Toolkit

    Chapter 27. Beyond the basics: A case study

    Appendixes

    Appendix A. Chapter 4 listings

    Appendix B. Chapter 6 listings

    Appendix C. Chapter 8 listings

    Appendix D. DDname substitution lists

    Appendix E. Additional material

     

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