Below are the sessions for Rational Publishing Engine and Reporting at InterConnect 2017. Click on the links for the abstract of the session. Looking forward to see you there.
IBM Reporting and Document Generation across the IBM Continuous Engineering Products
Sunday, 12:15 PM - 3:30 PM | Lagoon H | Session ID: 6958A
Ask the Experts: Reporting and Document Generation to Support Continuous Engineering
Tuesday, 2:30 PM - 3:15 PM | Meet the Experts Forum # 4 | Session ID: 6652A
Reporting without Borders
Wednesday, 10:15 AM - 11:00 AM | Tradewinds E | Session ID: 4071A
Getting it Right: Traceability Documents for Product Line Engineering
Thursday, 9:30 AM - 10:15 AM | Tradewinds F | Session ID: 4141A
Components and Configuration-Aware Document Generation
Thursday, 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM | Tradewinds E | Session ID: 3357A
The Scoop on Configuration-Aware Reporting
Thursday, 11:30 AM - 12:15 AM | Tradewinds E | Session ID: 3429A
Find all sessions here: https://myibm.ibm.com/events/interconnect/all-sessions
Recording of the Webinar is available at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/5330841770988702465.
The webinar is on Thu, Mar 9, 2017 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM PST.
Registration link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8136732772471247362
Simplify document generation with RPE Document Builder (Web)
The RPE Document builder has all Web UI that makes it easier for users to generate documents right from their browser. This Web solution improves the experience for users, designers and for administrators. Report Designers can create reports from existing templates and other reusable assets while any user can login to this secure web interface to generate documents with just a couple of clicks. This session is about how these new capabilities of RPE can help you generate documents accurately and efficiently.
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This is the first time RPE has published a milestone during the release cycle. RPE 2.1.2 M2 Milestone is available to install desktop (Studio an Launcher) and deploy Document Builder (web). If this is the first time you are looking to try RPE and you need a RPE trial license, please contact your sales representative and they will get you going in no time.
Important Features and Enhancement included are the following.
- Generate documents from Atlassian JIRA that produces JSON through it’s REST API
- Simplify data source configuration
- Document generation from CLM enabled with JSA (SSO)
- Document Builder
- Improved asset permission to make individual asset as public / private. Add co-owner to an asset.
- Improved Runtime Variables administrative page
- Map JTS roles to RPE role when Document Builder is configured to use JTS authentication
- Tag support for connections
- Add tag for connections
- Advanced search
- Search by tag while associating data source to a connection.
Find more details at https://jazz.net/pub/new-noteworthy/rpe/2.1.2/M2/index.html.
Any feedback are welcome.
With RPE 2.1.1, an RPE administrator can pause, resume, or cancel the jobs that are running for an unexpectedly long time, or allow a high priority job to go through early in the queue by cancelling some of the low priority jobs.
Find more details on jazz dot net blog https://jazz.net/blog/index.php/2017/01/20/monitoring-and-controlling-document-generation-jobs-in-document-builder/
Out-of-the-box sample assets have been available in the Rational Publishing Engine (RPE) Desktop installation of RPE Document Studio and RPE Launcher for many versions. These sample assets are now included within RPE Document Builder 2.1.1.
Find details at https://jazz.net/blog/index.php/2017/01/19/sample-assets-in-rational-publishing-engine-document-builder/
With Rational Publishing Engine (RPE) 2.1.1, we can render mathematical equations in Word and PDF documents. RPE expects input to be MathML format to be able it to render them. See examples of mathematical equations in MathML format at MathJax. Microsoft Word DOCX format has built-in support for math equations (through MathML) with an equations editor to create and modify equations.
- Syntax coloring: For any programming language, syntax coloring is a must.
- Line marking: The line containing the cursor has a line marking.