Tamir Gefen on ALM

Archive for August 2008

When I worked for one of my customers, I accomplished a new CM/ALM project in which one of the big problems was to integrate Bea AquaLogic and IBM Rational ClearCase UCM.

Bea AquaLogic BPM (aka Bea) is a set of design, development, and runtime modules for building business process management solutions. Actually, it’s a GUI dashboard of the developers, beside of other back-end dashboards like Eclipse.

ClearCase and Bea are integrated together, but while I was evaluating its integration, I’ve encountered the following issues:

  • The integration is of Bea with Base ClearCase but not ClearCase UCM.
  • Bea generates dozens (in fact – hundreds) of files during the compilation (“re-catalogoue”).
  • Bea generates a unique XML code which is not so familiar by ClearCase merge mechanism.

You can contact me for more information and  solutions.

CompBL is a freeware that enables you to compare two ClearCase UCM baselines.

A few minor bugs are fixed due to comments by users.

Take it from here, or just view all utility details here .

BTW: The utility has a new package. Now its installation is much easier.


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