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Archive for the ‘UCM’ Category

Our Extension for Visual Studio and ClearCase ClearQuest v1.5 is out!

We’re happy to announce the release of v1.5 of our Visual Annotate extension for Visual Studio and ClearCase. Click to download this tool See what’s new: An important new feature called “Get Real Change” which enables you to determine where this line was REALLY changed for the first time, by whom, when, why, etc. To […]

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New Product for Developers using ClearCase & Visual Studio

We’re happy to announce the official release of our Visual Annotate extension (add-on) for Visual Studio! This add-on tool enables you to discover critical information for each code line: when it was checked-in and by whom; which version and branch or UCM stream it was checked into; relevant labels or UCM baselines; the comments that […]

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Coming soon: Extended View report for ClearCase users (UCM and Base)

We will soon release a new query type as part of our R&D Reporter add-on tool! The new query gets a view path as an input, and provides an extended report of the content of the entire view. See a screenshot: This new report provides extended capabilities far beyond just providing the data like in […]

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R&D Reporter 3 for ClearCase Users: What’s New

We are happy to announce the release of the newest version, which contains many new features and benefits inside, intended for all stakeholders in the development lifecycle: team leaders, development managers, software developers, QA engineers and release managers. We are sure that everyone will find benefits that increase her/his daily tasks. New features and benefits: […]

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New Success Story: HP Accelerates R&D processes with our R&D Reporter

Learn how R&D Reporter helps HP Indigo improve collaboration within the R&D team and increase traceability: HP Indigo Case Study

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Product Review: CompBL 2.5

In this post me we are hosting a guest writer, Mr. Leonid Stanovsky, who uses our product for a while and has agreed to share his review with us. GoMidjets CompBL allows users of IBM’s ClearCase UCM to automatically compare baselines, streams and other ClearCase objects and assets. I have reviewed it in connection with a […]

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Do you use ClearCase Attributes?

We are working on defining the content for CompBL 3.0, our real-time identification and reporting tool of changes made on ClearCase UCM assets, and we consider offering a new feature that includes reporting of “ClearCase attributes” and their properties as well. I’d like to ask you two questions please – your feedback is highly appreciated. […]

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April Newsletter

GoMidjets was founded on the belief that our knowledge of IBM Rational ClearCase automation can be packaged as useful tools for developers and administrators. During the last year we’ve seen this belief becoming a reality. Our customer list is steadily growing and our new partners are enthusiastic about helping even more companies improve their internal […]

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Webinar: Best Practices for Getting Real-time Status on ClearCase UCM Projects

Following our successful webinar on how to be more Agile with Rational ClearCase by using CompBL (replay is available here), we delivered another webiner in this series. The next webinar was more technical and was functioned as a tutorial for CompBL, our solution for applying ClearCase best practices. The speaker was Bob Aiello, Principal Consultant […]

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Using ClearCase for Agile CM

I am honored to present our guest blogger, Bob Aiello. Bob, author of the top-selling book, CM Best Practices: Practical Methods that Work in the Real World, (2010, Addison Wesley) is a well-respected industry expert on all matters CM. We share his passion for excellence in customizing CM implementations and welcome him to our forum: Agile software […]

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