Rational DOORS for HP Quality Center Interface version 3.4 readme
IBM Corporation
02 June, 2009

This file contains last-minute product information and updates to IBM® Rational® DOORS® for HP Quality Center Interface 3.4.

It is divided into the following sections:

For the latest news and information on Rational DOORS for HP Quality Center Interface, visit the Rational Software Support site.

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System requirements

System requirements for the Integration Server

To run the Integration Server you must have:

The machine on which you install the Integration Server must have:

Note: The Rational DOORS 9.2 client that is installed on the Integration Server machine must not be used for the day to day administration of the integration, or for any other Rational DOORS tasks. You should only run the Rational DOORS client on the Integration Server machine if instructed to do so by the Rational DOORS support team.

System requirements for the Integration Client

Install and configure the Integration Server before you install any Integration Clients.

Each machine on which you install the Integration Client must have Windows XP Professional SP3. A Rational DOORS 9.2 client must also be installed.

System requirements for the Administration Console

Install and configure the Integration Server and the Integration Client before you install the Administration Console.

Both the .NET Framework v2.0 and v3.0 must also be installed.

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Operating system locales supported by Rational DOORS for HP Quality Center Interface 3.4

Any Windows locale.

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Compatible Rational products

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Installing Rational DOORS for HP Quality Center Interface 3.4

For information on installing and upgrading to Rational DOORS for HP Quality Center Interface 3.4, see the Rational DOORS Installation Guide. This is available in PDF format on the Rational Solutions for Enterprise Lifecycle Management DVD, and on the IBM Rational Document Download Information Center.

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Obtaining a license for Rational DOORS for HP Quality Center Interface

If this is your first installation of Rational DOORS for HP Quality Center Interface, you need to obtain a license from IBM. You also need to install version 1.3, 1.4, 1.5 or 2.0 of the Rational License Server TL.

For information on how to obtain a license from IBM, and how to install the Rational License Server TL, see its user documentation.

If you already have a license to run version 3.1, 3.2 or 3.3, you can use that for Rational DOORS for HP Quality Center Interface version 3.4.

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What's new in version 3.4

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Known problems

For details of known problems in Rational DOORS for HP Quality Center Interface version 3.4, see the IBM Rational Document Download Information Center.

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As a single threaded application Rational DOORS for HP Quality Center Interface can only process one request at any given time. Users of the Administration Console should avoid scheduling multiple synchronization tasks to run at the same time.

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Contacting Support

Please visit our Telelogic support overview site at: http://www.ibm.com/software/rational/support/telelogic/.
You will find a one-sheet reference guide about how to best contact support in your geography.

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