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Migrate non MAVEN projects to RTC

Yogesh R Kapare
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Joined: Oct 23, 2012
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Hello,

I have gone through the RTC documents, it talks about the setting up of the nexus repositories and things like that.

It does not talk about the non MAVEN projects. ie old style projects having all the JAR files included manually in the 'lib' folder.

What I want to ask is can I still migrate the old projects without MAVEN to IBM RTC and build and deploy them as usual ?.

Thanks ,

Yogesh R K
Peter Johnson
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RTC?
Please spell out acronyms.

Also, you might want to consider migrating your projects to Maven, there are lots of benefits including not having to have lib directories full of JAR files.


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Yogesh R Kapare
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RTC stands for 'Rational Team Concert'
Tim Holloway
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Yogesh R Kapare wrote:RTC stands for 'Rational Team Concert'


It also stands for Real-Time Clock.

Which is why it's so important not to use acronyms when asking for help. Especially IBM acronyms.

I once counted the number of IBM products that all used the acronym "CRA". There were at least 5 of them, and each one was using CRA to refer to something completely different.


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