IBM Rational Build Forge Training

IBM Rational Build Forge Training provides an overview of building management processes and an introduction to create and manage the build process. Rational Build Forge products integrate into your current environment and support major development languages, scripts, tools and platforms.

 

IBM Rational Build Forge Training Curriculum

Introduction to the Build Forge system

Creating a Build Forge Project – Projects, Environments, and Steps
Configuring a Build Forge Project – Servers, Collectors, and Selectors
Optimizing a Build Forge Project – Chaining and Threading
Build Forge Adaptors
Executing a Build Forge Project – Scheduling, Results, and the Bill of Materials (BOM)
Build Forge IDE Plug-Ins
Appendix: Reporting with Quick Report

Creating, running, and scheduling a Rational Build Forge project

Creating a server authentication
Creating a selector and server
Creating a project
Running the project
Scheduling a project

Creating and using

Rational Build Forge libraries
Creating a library
Copying a project
Inlining a library
Using a library as part of a pass or fail chain

Rational Build

Forge administration: Controlling user access
Creating users and access groups
Creating a user
Creating an access group for notifications
Creating an access group for editing projects
Using subgroups to set up hierarchical access
Creating access groups
Editing access groups to specify subgroup relationships

Using log filters

In Rational Build Forge for Ant builds
Creating a log filter
Using a log filter in a project

Environment

Variables in Rational Build Forge
Creating an environment with standard variables
Running a project with different environment settings
Pulldown environment variables
Running a project with pulldown environment variables

Dot commands in Rational Build Forge

Changing build tags with the retag command
Accessing system information with the date command26
Moving files with the put and get commands
Changing a selector with the bset command
Exporting a project with the export command
Using a source command in an environment variable.

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