5724-V10 IBM Rational Quality Manager V6.0

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Revised:  November 28, 2017.

Table of contents
TOC Link Product life cycle dates TOC Link Description
TOC Link Program number TOC Link Operating environment
TOC Link Abstract TOC Link Planning information
TOC Link Highlights TOC Link Publications

 
Product life cycle dates
Program NumberVRM Announced Available Marketing Withdrawn Service Discontinued
5724-V1006.00.052017/11/282017/12/04 - -
5724-V1006.00.042017/06/062017/06/06 - -
5724-V1006.00.032016/11/292016/12/05 - -
5724-V1006.00.012015/12/082015/12/14 - -
5724-V1006.00.002015/06/092015/06/26 - -
5724-V1005.00.022014/12/022014/12/05 - -
5724-V1005.00.012014/09/092014/09/09 - -
5724-V1005.00.002014/06/022014/06/02 - -
5724-V1004.00.062014/02/242014/02/28 2017/09/152017/09/30
5724-V1004.00.052013/12/032013/12/06 2017/09/152017/09/30
5724-V1004.00.042013/08/272013/08/30 2017/09/152017/09/30
5724-V1004.00.032013/06/032013/06/07 2017/09/152017/09/30
5724-V1004.00.012012/11/272012/11/27 2017/09/152017/09/30
5724-V1004.00.002012/06/042012/06/12 2017/09/152017/09/30
5724-V1003.00.012011/06/062011/06/14 - 2016/09/30
5724-V1002.00.002009/07/212009/07/29 2015/04/302015/04/30
5724-V1001.00.012009/03/102009/03/10 2015/04/302015/04/30

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Program number
  • IBM Rational Quality Manager V6.0.5 (5724-V10)

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Abstract

Rational Quality Manager V6.0.5

In Rational Quality Manager, users can now subscribe to execution records and schedules to be notified by email when specific conditions occur. The Manual Testing capability offers the ability to track execution progress using the number of steps and to modify the script during execution.

IBM Rational Quality Manager V6.0.3

Teams that create and evolve complex IT systems and mechanical- electrical-software products need modern tools and developments practices to overcome the challenges of increasing solution complexity, compliance, and cross-organization coordination and collaboration. Version 6.0.3 furthers this with the following enhancements:

  • Extend agile development to agile program and portfolio planning with built-in Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) V4.0 templates.
  • Gain efficiencies from easier parallel development and reuse of requirements and tests with Global Configuration Management of many component streams and baselines within project areas in IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation and Rational Quality Manager.
  • Find insight into project dependencies and status using:
    • Jazz Reporting Service with more development data
    • More ready-to-copy reports
    • More graph formatting options
  • Collaborate more easily on requirements with expanded use case support for requirements interchange across supply chains and new user interface wireframe diagrams.
  • Improve productivity of manual testing with new customizations and automated testing across multiple servers.
  • Improve productivity in complex software development with improved change and merge use cases in Rational Team Concert source control management and enhancements when updating Rational Team Concert work items while using Git.

Rational Quality Manager V5.0

Rational Quality Manager is used by organizations of all sizes and levels of complexity to optimize organizational quality. With this product, an organization can introduce quality early in the application lifecycle and coordinate quality processes and teams throughout the lifecycle.

Rational Quality Manager V5.0 includes these main enhancements:

  • Ability to run manual tests off-line: Testers sometimes need to run tests on actual products or systems while being in the field or in an isolated test lab with no connection to the Rational Quality Manager server. With Rational Quality Manager V5.0, a mobile application is made available for testers to run manual tests by using their preferred mobile devices (smartphones, phablets, or tablets) while disconnected from the Rational Quality Manager server. Testers would first download the tests on their mobile device while connected to the Rational Quality Manager server. Then, while offline, testers can run manual tests step by step using the Rational Quality Manager mobile app to capture verdicts and actual results that include pictures, if needed. Finally, testers can upload all the test results to the Rational Quality Manager server when connected back to that server.
  • Manual test execution through the web UI: The manual test execution web UI is redesigned to offer various view modes to present the script in a way that is optimal for the type of content you are working with. The improvements also include user-flow optimization, such as moving the step verdict icons closer to the actual results and the ability to resize inserted images. The test result view also benefits from some of those enhancements.
  • Efficiently reusing test artifacts by ensuring name uniqueness: By enabling name uniqueness for test artifacts, you can ensure that new artifacts will not reuse names that are already in use. You can enable or disable this option for each project area and also decide which artifact types to enforce name uniqueness on. For example, you might enable name uniqueness for test plans and test cases, but allow duplicate names in test scripts.
  • Ability to run multiple automated tests in parallel: You can now use the command-line adapter to serve multiple, test execution requests at the same time. These executions are initiated in parallel and the corresponding results are created in Rational Quality Manager after the tests are complete. As in earlier versions, you can see the progress of the tests during the execution.

For organizations that are looking for a complete Collaborative Lifecycle Management solution, DOORS Next Generation, Rational Team Concert, and Rational Quality Manager are delivered in a single, easy- to-install, and easy-to-use solution that can be optimized for agile or traditional teams.

When an organization purchases the three products that make up Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM), that organization has what it needs to make software delivery a strategic business asset: real-time planning, lifecycle traceability, in-context collaboration, development intelligence, and continuous improvement.

Rational Quality Manager is part of a larger vision that is described in "The IBM Rational Jazz Initiative." It is designed to advance the way that teams collaborate to deliver software products and systems. For more information about the Jazz initiative, visit

http://jazz.net/about

Rational Quality Manager is used by organizations of all sizes and levels of complexity to optimize organizational quality. With this product, an organization can introduce quality early in the application lifecycle and coordinate quality processes and teams throughout the lifecycle.

Rational Quality Manager V4.0.6

Rational Quality Manager V4.0.6 includes these main enhancements:

  • Improved test execution planning when using test suites: To support planning the work load and assigning the test case execution records, you can now enable a feature to create test case execution records when you create a test suite execution record. As a result, when test suite execution records are generated, all of the required test case execution records are available for planning.
  • Advanced test parameterization through enumerated project execution variables: Manual test scripts, remote test scripts, test cases, and test suites now support two types of execution variables. Artifact variables are execution variable that you can create within a test script. Project execution variables are a new kind of variable that support a predefined list of values and are created at the project level. Those execution variables can be used to parameterize test suites, test cases, and test scripts and enables increase reuse of those artifacts.
  • Enhanced traceability to test script steps: From Rational DOORS Web Access, you can link requirements to Rational Quality Manager test script steps. You can choose to have the requirements traceability to a test case automatically updated when you modify the traceability of test script steps used by that test case. Moreover, the OSLC API is now available for test script steps with requirement links.

Rational Quality Manager V4.0.5

Rational Quality Manager V4.0.5 includes these main enhancements:

  • Streamlined integration with requirement management tools: You can now link a test plan to a module view in Rational Requirements Composer. You can also reconcile a subset of the requirement collections that link to a test plan.
  • Advanced organization of test artifacts by using improved test categories: You can now add multiple subcategories to a single category. By using the redesigned category editor, you can dynamically manage categories, and show the category structures as a tree so that you can see the dependencies between categories, subcategories, and values. You can also use the editor to create, associate, edit, and remove elements.
  • Improved workflow for approving test artifacts: You can see all of the workflow enabled child artifacts in a test plan in the new sections for test scripts, test suites, and test case results. In those sections, you can simultaneously review or approve multiple child artifacts directly within the test plan. You can use a set of new process advisors for state transition, such as "Do not allow a Test Plan state group transition to Approved until Test Cases have transitioned to Approved." When you are approving for the final time, you can use the Published state group.
  • Enhanced control over long running test suites: You can now pause, resume, and completely stop test suite runs.
  • Restoration abilities: You can now restore deleted test artifacts in the Trash view.

Rational Quality Manager V4.0.4 offers these main enhancements:

Support of regulatory requirements

  • The E-signature window makes it clear what is the signing about, such as "approving test execution results".
  • To execute a e-signature, a user is requested to enter both user id and password on first signing. Subsequent signings only request the password. And the user must select a meaning for the signature from a set of user pre-defined values.
  • Test execution results display the workflow states of the referenced test plan, test case, and test script, where applicable, at the start of the test execution. This is useful information to have for audit purpose.

Increasing team productivity and agility

  • Additional customization points are made available in the process template. Table layout settings which are set as project level settings are saved in the exported process template attachments and then restored when that process template is used to create a new project area.
  • The manual test script editor offers ways to manipulate a set of test steps at once, to deal with test data and execution variables or to turn a set of test steps into a new keyword. More real estate is dedicated to the content of the steps and users can choose from several layouts and options to display the script in the most convenient way for the work to be accomplished.

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Highlights

IBM Rational Quality Manager V5.0

Rational Quality Manager V5.0 supports quality professionals and test engineers when planning, defining, executing, and reporting on tests, verification, and validation of software and systems.

This release offers incremental improvements in the following areas:

  • Running manual tests offline
  • Manual test execution through the web UI
  • Efficiently reusing test artifacts by ensuring name uniqueness
  • Running multiple, automated tests in parallel

IBM Rational Quality Manager V4.0.6

This release offers incremental improvements in the following areas:

  • Improved test execution planning when using test suites
  • Advanced test parameterization through enumerated project execution variables
  • Enhanced traceability to test script steps

IBM Rational Quality Manager V4.0.5

IBM Rational Quality Manager V4.0.5 features include

  • Streamlined integration with Requirement Management tools
  • Advanced test organization of test artifacts thanks to improved test categories
  • Improved workflow of approving test artifacts
  • Enhanced control over long running test suites
  • Ability to restore from trash view

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Description

Rational Quality Manager V6.0.5

In Rational Quality Manager, the email notification capability has been extended to execution records and execution schedules in addition to the existing support for review and approval. Users can now subscribe themselves or other users to test case execution records, test suite execution records, and execution schedules to receive notifications when specific conditions occur. Each user can define in the preferences which events will generate an email, such as the modification of the owner of an execution record or the completion of an execution with a failed status.

The number of steps of manual test scripts is now shown in a step count column within the test case and test case execution record and test script table views to help with test execution planning. In the test case execution record table view, additional columns display the step count for each execution status such as pass, failed, and so forth. Additionally, a new dashboard widget shows the execution status by number of steps. This capability offers an alternative to using test case weight to track execution progress in a fine-grained way.

During the execution of manual tests, users now have the option to modify the description and expected result of script steps in the event they find that the script needs to be updated to complete an execution successfully. The modified script is saved as part of the test result. The original script stays unchanged. Later on, users can use the compare and merge capability to take into account the modified version of the script and update the original script if needed.

IBM Rational Quality Manager V6.0.3

Rational Quality Manager V6.0.3

In Rational Quality Manager, the manual test script editor now offers more customization options, which include the following:

  • Add informational steps that do not required a verdict at execution time.
  • Execute the steps in any order in a checklist-like mode.
  • Define custom step attributes to capture additional result details during the execution.
  • Manual test scripts can now look like the familiar spreadsheets or checklists.

Users now have the option to compare two artifacts, such as two test cases, and visualize the differences side by side, even for project area where configuration management is not enabled. From this view, you have the option to start a merge operation. This new capability helps test teams with a large number of similar artifacts, reuse and refactoring activities.

In this release,

  • An automation script can now be associated with a test suite. That single automation script runs once when the test suite is executed and creates a result for the test suite and for all the test cases included in that test suite.
  • A new type of custom category is available that you can use for all the test artifact types in a single configuration. You can modify categories in a single place and see changes reflected for all test artifact types.
  • For project areas where configuration management is enabled, Rational Quality Manager V6.0.3 provides the ability to visualize the version history of test artifacts in a graphical format that help users understand the parallel branches. From this tree-like view, users can select any specific version of an artifact and start a comparison or merge operation. Additionally, the configuration management process permissions are now more flexible and extensible to support different actions on streams and baselines. The Rational Quality Manager mobile application now supports connections to project areas that are enabled for configurations.

IBM Rational Quality Manager V5.0.2

Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management V5.0.2 delivers the combined capabilities of Version 5.0.2 of Rational Team Concert, Rational DOORS Next Generation, and Rational Quality Manager in one easy-to-install and easy-to-use product that enables continuous delivery with:

  • Stronger support and improved ease of use for Requirements manipulations
  • Easy, intuitive tracking and planning for Agile projects
  • Ability to visually manage and optimize multiple workflows with Kanban boards and taskboards
  • Easy-to-use Report Builder with graphical and multi-artifact traceability reports
  • Several usability and performance improvements
  • Better support for Audits and Compliance
  • Better integrations

The functionality that is offered with Collaborative Lifecycle Management V5.0.2 includes:

Stronger support for requirements manipulation while extending support for lifecycle integrations over disciplines and requirements projects

IBM Rational Quality Manager V5.0.2

Test Case Execution Record View and Query

You now have the ability to view and query against the build associated with the last result of Test Case Execution Records.

Duplicating Test artifacts without mapping categories

When duplicating artifact across project areas, an option to not map categories in Rational Quality Manager.

IBM Rational Quality Manager V5.0

Rational Quality Manager is a web-based, centralized, test- management solution for systems and IT decision makers and quality professionals. Rational Quality Manager is a collaborative and customizable solution for test planning, test construction and execution, work flow control, tracking, and metrics reporting that is capable of quantifying how project decisions and deliverables affect and align with business objectives.

Rational Quality Manager drives collaboration and productivity across the quality lifecycle, by enabling teams to seamlessly share information, to use automation to accelerate project schedules, and to report on project metrics for informed release decisions. With Rational Quality Manager, you can do the following:

  • Manage risk by prioritizing the features and functions to be tested based on their significance and the likelihood and impact of failure.
  • Assess your readiness for delivery with advanced reporting capabilities that address the concerns and needs of quality managers, business analysts, and release managers.
  • Take advantage of user-defined dashboards that provide at-a-glance access to the information most critical to your role.
  • Include better supported geographically distributed team communication in context with features such as event feeds, integrated chat, and automated traceability.
  • Accelerate manual testing using rich text, inline images, and assisted data entry and validation for precise test definition and execution.
  • Track, manage, and reserve physical and virtual test lab assets.

Platform support changes for Rational Quality Manager V5.0 and CLM V5.0

Rational Quality Manager V5.0 provides support for many platforms and there are many platform changes in this release that you may need to plan for.

For the latest CLM V5.0 platform support, see the System Requirements section in our deployment wiki located at

https://jazz.net/wiki/bin/view/Deployment/DeploymentInstallingUpgr adingAndMigrating

Support in Version 5.0

  • Windows 8.1
  • Internet Explorer 11 (in addition to IE 9 and IE 10)
  • DB2 V10.5: DB2 Workground Server Edition is now bundled with Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Management, Rational Team Concert, Rational Quality Manager, and Rational DOORS Next Generation
  • WebSphere Application Server V8.5.5 is now bundled with Rational Collaborative Lifecycle Management, Rational Team Concert, Rational Quality Manager, and Rational DOORS Next Generation
  • SQL Server 2012
  • z/OS 2.1
  • DB2 V11, for z/OS 2.1 (Client only)
  • MAC OSX and Safari latest versions

Some notable changes include the removal of support for:

  • Windows XP
  • IE8
  • DB2 9.7
  • WAS 7.0
  • RedHat 5
  • Oracle 10
  • SUSE 10
  • Windows Server 2008 (Note: 2008 R2 support is retained.)
  • Visual Studio 2005 and 2008

In some cases, such as IE8 support you would still use Rational Quality Manager V4.0.x to continue support.

Bundling IBM DB2 Enterprise Server Edition V10.5 significantly offers increased data protection, scalability, and performance for all its database-intensive operations which, based on DB2 technology, is designed to manage data more effectively and efficiently. Greater availability is delivered through enhancements such as online, automated database reorganization. In addition, the increased scalability and the ability to leverage the latest in server technology helps deliver increased performance of backup and recovery processes.

Rational Quality Manager V4.0.6

Bundling IBM DB2 Enterprise Server Edition V10.1 significantly offers increased data protection, scalability, and performance for all its database-intensive operations which, based on DB2 technology, is designed to manage data more effectively and efficiently. Greater availability is delivered through enhancements such as online, automated database reorganization. In addition, the increased scalability and the ability to leverage the latest in server technology helps deliver increased performance of backup and recovery processes.

Rational Quality Manager V4.0.5

Platform support for Rational Quality Manager V4.0.5

Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management V4.0.5 that includes Rational Quality Manager V4.0.5 provides support for:

  • Internet Explorer 10
  • FireFox 24ESR
  • Windows Server 2012
  • Traditional Websphere Application Server V8.5.5

Translation information for IBM software can be found online

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/prodguid/v1r 0/clarity/index.jsp

Rational Quality Manager V4.0.3

Rational Quality Manager V4.0.3 introduces integration with the service virtualization capabilities of Rational Test Workbench and Rational Test Virtualization Server. By linking virtual components developed with Rational Test Workbench and deployed in Rational Test Virtualization Server with test execution records in Rational Quality Manager, testers can plan and control virtual components availability for testing and accelerate testing cycles. They also get a more comprehensive understanding of the test executions that involve virtual components by having the virtual components logs available directly in the test execution results.

Rational Quality Manager V4.0.3 offers options to customize and simplify the user interface to make it more relevant to end users via advanced customization support of artifact template and menu as well as additional support for cell editing in table views.

Keyword-driven testing is enhanced with multi-channel support in Rational Quality Manager V4.0.3. Subject-matter experts can define high-level, test scenarios with keywords independent from the underlying test script implementation. Subject-matter experts can focus on test scenarios and can reuse asset across multiple channels. Each keyword can have individual implementations based on the endpoint type. Test automation experts can influence built-in support for automating keywords on specific channels.

In Version 4.0.3, capabilities are added to duplicate and link test artifacts as a way to help with the need to support parallel development and configuration management.

Bundling DB2 Enterprise Server Edition V10.1 significantly offers increased data protection, scalability, and performance for all its database-intensive operations which, based on IBM DB2 technology, is designed to manage data more effectively and efficiently. Greater availability is delivered through enhancements such as online, automated database reorganization. In addition, the increased scalability and the ability to leverage the latest in server technology helps deliver increased performance of backup and recovery processes.

Translation information for IBM software can be found online

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/prodguid/v1r 0/clarity/index.jsp


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Operating environment

Hardware requirements

  • Disk space: 1 GB minimum
  • Display: Minimum of 1024 X 768 resolution
  • Memory: 2 GB minimum; 4 GB recommended

Software requirements

Application servers:

  • Apache Tomcat 7.0.32 and future fix packs
  • WebSphere Application Server OEM Edition for z/OS, V7.0 fix pack 23and future fix packs
  • WebSphere Application Server for z/OS, V7.0 and future fix packs
  • WebSphere eXtreme Scale V7.1.1.1 and future fix packs
  • WebSphere Application Server - Base V7.0.0.23 and future fix packs
  • WebSphere Application Server - Express V7.0.0.23 and future fix packs
  • WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V7.0.0.23 and future fix packs
  • WebSphere Application Server for z/OS, V7.0.0.23 and future fix packs
  • WebSphere Application Server - Base V8.0.0.3 and future fix packs
  • WebSphere Application Server - Express V8.0.0.3 and future fix packs
  • WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V8.0.0.3 and future fix packs
  • WebSphere Application Server for z/OS, V8.0.0.3 and future fix packs
  • WebSphere Application Server - Base V8.5 and future fix packs
  • WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V8.5 and future fix packs
  • WebSphere Application Server for z/OS, V8.5 and future fix packs

Databases:

  • IBM Derby SDK V10.8.1.2 and future fix packs
  • DB2 Enterprise Server Edition V9.7 and future fix packs
  • DB2 Workgroup Server Edition V9.7 and future fix packs
  • DB2 Express Edition V9.7 and future fix packs
  • DB2 Enterprise Server Edition V10.1 and future fix packs
  • DB2 Workgroup Server Edition V10.1 and future fix packs
  • DB2 Express Edition V10.1 and future fix packs
  • DB2 for i V7.1 and future fix packs
  • DB2 for i V6.1 and future fix packs
  • DB2 9 for z/OS, V9.1 and future fix packs
  • DB2 10 for z/OS, V10.1 and future fix packs
  • Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise Edition 2008 SP1 and future fix packs
  • Microsoft SQL Server Standard Edition 2008 SP1 and future fix packs
  • Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise Edition 2008 R2 and future fix packs
  • Microsoft SQL Server Standard Edition 2008 R2 and future fix packs
  • Oracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition Release 2 10.2.0.1 and future fix packs
  • Oracle Database 10g Standard Edition Release 2 10.2.0.1 and future fix packs
  • Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition Release 2 11.2.0.2 and future fix packs
  • Oracle Database 11g Standard Edition Release 2 11.2.0.2 and future fix packs
  • Oracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition Release 2 10.2.0.1 and future fix packs
  • Oracle Database 10g Standard Edition Release 2 10.2.0.1 and future fix packs
  • Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition Release 2 11.2.0.2 and future fix packs
  • Oracle Database 11g Standard Edition Release 2 11.2.0.2 and future fix packs
  • Oracle Real Application Clustering (Oracle 11g Release 2)

Eclipse:

  • IBM Eclipse SDK V3.6.2 and future fix packs
  • Eclipse SDK V4.2.2 and future fix packs (RTC Client Only)

Web servers:

  • Apache Server 2.2.19 and future fix packs
  • IBM HTTP Server V7.0 Fix Pack 23and future fix packs
  • IBM HTTP Server V8.0 and future fix packs
  • WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V8.5
  • WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V8.0.0.3
  • WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V7.0 Fix Pack 23
  • Squid 3.0 for caching (see Using content caching proxies for Jazz Source Control)

Identity management:

  • Apache Directory Server 1.5.5 and future fix packs
  • IBM RACF for z/OS V1R11 and future fix packs
  • IBM Tivoli Directory Server V6.3 and future fix packs
  • Microsoft Active Directory 2008
  • Microsoft Active Directory 2008 R2

Installer -- Capilano Components (IBM Installation Manager and IBM Packaging Utility) V1.6.3and future fix packs:

Java SDK:

  • IBM Java SDK V6.0.1.1 (J9 2.6) and future fix packs (for z/OS)
  • IBM Java SDK V6.0.13 and future fix packs
  • Sun Java SDK/JRE/JDK 6.0 Update 23 and future fix packs
  • IBM Java SDK/JRE V7.0 and future fix packs (client only)
  • Oracle Java SDK/JRE/JDK 7.0 and future fix packs (client only)

License Use Management -- Rational License Key Server V8.1.3.3 and future fix packs:

Runtime environment:

  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 SP1 and future fix packs
  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 SP1 and future fix packs
  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and future fix packs
  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 and future fix packs
  • Rational Developer for Power Systems Software V8.0.3.2 and future fix packs

Web browsers:

  • Apple Safari 5.1 and future fix packs
  • Google Chrome 21 and future releases, mods and their fix packs
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0 and future fix packs
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 9.0 and future fix packs
  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 17

Operating systems:

AIX:

  • AIX 7.1 Power System - Big Endian
  • AIX 6.1 Power System - Big Endian

IBMi:

  • IBM i 7.1 Power System - Big Endian
  • IBM i 6.1 Power System - Big Endian

Linux:

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) Server 6 x86-64
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) Workstation 6 x86-32
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) Client 6 x86-32
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) Client 6 x86-64
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11 x86-64
  • Ubuntu 12.04 LTS x86-64
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED) 11.0 x86-32
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11 System z
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11 Power System - Big Endian
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) Workstation 6 x86-64
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) Server 6 Power System - Big Endian
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) Server 6 System z
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED) 11.0 x86-64

Mac OS:

  • Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6 x86-64
  • OS X Lion 10.7 x86-64
  • Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6 x86-32

Solaris:

  • Solaris 11 SPARC
  • Solaris 10 SPARC

Windows:

  • Windows Server 2012 Standard Edition x86-64
  • Windows 7 Ultimate x86-32
  • Windows 8.1 Professional x86-64
  • Windows 8.1 Standard x86-64
  • Windows Server 2012 Datacenter Edition x86-64
  • Windows 8.1 Enterprise x86-64
  • Windows 7 Professional x86-32
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition x86-64
  • Windows 7 Professional x86-64
  • Windows 7 Enterprise x86-32
  • Windows 7 Enterprise x86-64
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition x86-64
  • Windows 7 Ultimate x86-64

z/OS:

  • z/OS 1.12 System z
  • z/OS 2.1 System z
  • z/OS 1.13 System z

For additional system requirements details, visit

https://jazz.net/wiki/bin/view/Deployment/CLMSystemRequirements405 406


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