IBM Rational Change 18.104.22.168 iFix001 has been made generally available and contains fixes to version 22.214.171.124.
|This section provides an overview on what is new in this release whith a description of any new functionality or enhancements when applicable.|
|This section provides information related to the impact of this release to allow you to assess how your environment may be affected.|
|This section provides important information to review prior to the installation of this release.|
|This section provides the direct link to obtain the download package for installation in your environment.|
|This section provides the installation instructions necessary to apply this release into your environment.|
|This section contains a link to the known problems (open defects) identified at the time of this release.|
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- Login to the machine where Rational Change is installed as the user who installed Rational Change.
- Unzip (Windows) or untar (UNIX) the patch file into
<CHANGE_APP_HOME>/WEB-INF/packages. The resultant directory will have the name "rc<patch version>".
For example, on UNIX:
$ cd <CHANGE_APP_HOME>/WEB-INF/packages
$ tar xvf <file path>
- Login to Rational Change as Admin, and click the "System Administration link" in the action panel.
- Click on the "Package Installer" tab, select the patch package from the "Available Packages" listbox, and click the "Install" button.
- Stop and start Rational Change.
Uninstalling the iFix:
If it is necessary to remove the patch after it was installed, follow these steps.
- Login to Rational Change as Admin, and click the "System Administration" link in the action panel.
- Click on the "Package Installer" tab, select the patch package from the "Installed Packages" listbox, and click the "Uninstall" button.
- Stop and start Rational Change.
The following sections provide detailed information related to this release.
How critical is this fix?
|This release is a maintenance release of 188.8.131.52. It contains critical security fixes, support to integration server rename and OSLC consumer capability.|
Click the Fix List link in the table of contents above to review a list of the problems solved in this release
Known side effects
Review the link to the parent release in the Prerequisites section for a list of known problems.
This iFix supports renaming of any server in integration (OSLC or Sync server) with Rational Change by updating the old URL references of the renamed server in the database. For more details on this feature, refer to Updating references to an integration server that was renamed .
The iFix also has fixes to some of the security issues and enables OSLC consumer capability in Rational Change.
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What is Fix Central (FC)?
|Link to Fix Central||17 May 2012||English||1||FC|
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Problems (APARS) fixed