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Hi all,

please help me resolve the problem.

I have done to install AGM 2.55 on Suse 11. service has started when the installation complete, everything seem ok.

I have checked the Site Status in Site Admin and status is active as attached image 2.jpg

But when i do login to agile manager by sa account. i can't log in to the system and the message appear as attached image 1.jpg

i didn't know what is wrong, please help me

Many thanks.

 

How can we help you? Explore the new Application Delivery Management Help Center for insightsOpen in a New Window

If you are working with one or more of our Application Delivery Management (ADM) products, or are just curious about how they work, we invite you to try the new ADM Help Center. This blog has more details:  http://hpsw.co/DDi4VXA

 

Integrate Selenium with Agile ManagerOpen in a New Window

Hi,

Do we have any tool to integrate Agile Manager with Selenium tool

Regards

Mohan

 

 

 

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Only 2 specific users are unable to login HP Agile ManagerOpen in a New Window

Hi, I'm using HP Agile Manager On-Prem (Server Installed) version 2.40-301-OP. User login access is integrated with LDAP. We have configured around 50 users and all of them are able to access except 2 users. When they try to login with valid credentials, error throwing as "Error occured during authentication". I have tried to remove the user and re-configure as well but the same error persists. May I know if any other experienced this weird error? I'm going to send across the logs to HP anyways. 

Thanks,

 

 

(Support Tip) System Requiremen​ts for On-Premise Agile Manager, versions 2.50 and 2.55Open in a New Window

This post is relevant for boh version 2.50 and 2.55 of On-Premise Agile Manager. 

IMPORTANT: In Version 2.55, we added support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 64-bit versions 6.7 and 7.2.

Agile Manager can be installed on any virtual machine that has the necessary
system requirements.

Minimum hardware requirements

Note: Minimum requirements are defined for basic systems and usage, without synchronization or ALI configured.

Application server requirements

- Dual Core CPU

- 4 GB memory (RAM)

- Maximum 2 GB heap

- Free disk space: 16 GB minimum

Database server requirements

- Dual Core CPU

- 4 GB memory (RAM)

 

Recommended hardware requirements

Basic Agile Manager, without NextGen Synchronizer

Application server requirements

- Quad Core CPU

- 8 GB memory (RAM)

- Maximum 4 GB heap

- Free disk space: 16 GB minimum

Database server requirements

- 8 Core CPU

- 16 GB memory (RAM)

 

Basic Agile Manager, with NextGen Synchronizer

Application server requirements

- 16 Core CPU

- 16 GB memory (RAM)

- Maximum 10 GB heap

- Free disk space: 16 GB minimum

Database server requirements

- 12 Core CPU

- 32 GB memory (RAM)

 

Clustered Agile Manager, with NextGen Synchronizer

Application server requirements

4 nodes, clustered. Each has:

- 8 Core CPU

- 12 GB memory (RAM)

- Maximum 8 GB heap

- Free disk space: 16 GB minimum

Database server requirements

- 16 Core CPU

- 64 GB memory (RAM)

Additional system requirements
TCP ports:               8080 and 8443 are the default ports used for HTTP and HTTPS access.
                                    Note: Linux requires secure processes to use port numbers above 1024.
                                                Contact your system administrator to modify the process permissions and use lower ports.

 

Database size requirements
Without ALI. 50 MB initial size; average projects may eventually reach 1 GB or more.

- With ALI. 5 GB initial size.
Size requirements will vary between projects. Size depends on the number of backlog items expected in the system, and the number of changes expected each day.

 

If you plan on configuring ALI, size also depends on the number of builds per day, the number of commits, and the number of files.

 

Supported environments
Operating system:           AGM version 2.55: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, 6.5, or 7.2 (64 Bit)
                                         AGM version 2.50: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, or 6.5 (64 Bit)
                                                SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Service Pack 3
Database Oracle:             11.2.0.4, Standard and Enterprise Editions

                                                Oracle Database 12.1.0.1, Enterprise Edition (Note: PDB is not supported)

 

Client machine requirements
Supported browsers:      Chrome 23 and above
                                     Firefox 16 and above
                                     Internet Explorer  10, and 11      (make sure that the Chrome Frame plug-in is disabled)


Screen resolution:           1920x1080 (recommended); 1680x1050 (supported)

 

Capacity CalculationOpen in a New Window

Does HP Agile Manager have a capacity calculation tool?

 

System Requiremen​ts for Agile Manager 2.40 On Premise (updated for patch 1)Open in a New Window

Note: Agile Manager can be installed on any virtual machine that has the necessary
system requirements.

 

Minimum hardware requirements

Note: Minimum requirements are defined for basic systems and usage, without synchronization or ALI configured.

Application server requirements

- Dual Core CPU

- 4 GB memory (RAM)

- Maximum 2 GB heap

- Free disk space: 16 GB minimum

Database server requirements

- Dual Core CPU

- 4 GB memory (RAM)

 

Recommended hardware requirements

 

Basic Agile Manager, without NextGen Synchronizer

Application server requirements

- Quad Core CPU

- 8 GB memory (RAM)

- Maximum 4 GB heap

- Free disk space: 16 GB minimum

Database server requirements

- 8 Core CPU

- 16 GB memory (RAM)

 

 

Basic Agile Manager, with NextGen Synchronizer

Application server requirements

- 16 Core CPU

- 16 GB memory (RAM)

- Maximum 10 GB heap

- Free disk space: 16 GB minimum

Database server requirements

- 12 Core CPU

- 32 GB memory (RAM)

 

Clustered Agile Manager, with NextGen Synchronizer

Application server requirements

4 nodes, clustered. Each has:

- 8 Core CPU

- 12 GB memory (RAM)

- Maximum 8 GB heap

- Free disk space: 16 GB minimum

Database server requirements

- 16 Core CPU

- 64 GB memory (RAM)

 

 

Additional system requirements
TCP ports:               8080 and 8443 are the default ports used for HTTP and HTTPS access.
                                    Note: Linux requires secure processes to use port numbers above 1024.
                                                Contact your system administrator to modify the process permissions and use lower ports.

 

Database size requirements
Without ALI. 50 MB initial size; average projects may eventually reach 1 GB or more.

- With ALI. 5 GB initial size.
Size requirements will vary between projects. Size depends on the number of backlog items expected in the system, and the number of changes expected each day.

 

If you plan on configuring ALI, size also depends on the number of builds per day, the number of commits, and the number of files.

 

Supported environments
Operating system:           Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, or 6.5 (64 Bit)
                                                SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Service Pack 3
Database Oracle:             11.2.0.4, Standard and Enterprise Editions

                                                Oracle Database 12.1.0.1, Enterprise Edition (AGM 2.40 patch 1)

 

Client machine requirements
Supported browsers:      Chrome 23 and above
                                                 Firefox 16 and above
                                                 Internet Explorer 9, 10, and 11
           

                                                 Note: When working in Internet Explorer:
                                                 - Make sure that the Chrome Frame plug-in is disabled.
                                                 - Some interactive functionality is available in Internet Explorer versions 10 and above only.
Screen resolution:           1920x1080 (recommended); 1680x1050 (supported)

 

Agile Manager compatibility matrix with oracleOpen in a New Window

System Requirements for installing Agile Manager list Oracle 11.2.0.4 as the supported Database, but does it work with any Oracle 11.2.x.x?

 

Thanks,

 

Kraig

 

System Requirements for Agile Manager 2.30 On PremiseOpen in a New Window

Note: Agile Manager can be installed on any virtual machine that has the necessary
system requirements.

 

Hardware Minimum Requirements

CPU:                           Quad Core AMD64 processor or equivalent x86 compatible processor
Memory (RAM):      8 GB minimum
Free disk space:    16 GB minimum

 

Application Server Requirements
TCP ports:               8080 and 8443 are the default ports used for HTTP and HTTPS access.
                                    Note: Linux requires secure processes to use port numbers above 1024.
                                                Contact your system administrator to modify the process permissions and use lower ports.

 

Database Server Requirements
Database size:        - Without ALI. 50 MB initial size; average projects may eventually reach 1 GB or more.

                                      - With ALI. 5 GB initial size.
                                         Size requirements will vary between projects. Size depends on the number of backlog items

                                         expected in the system, and the number of changes expected each day.

 

                                          If you plan on configuring ALI, size also depends on the number of builds per day,

                                          the number of commits, and the number of files.

 

Supported Environments
Operating system:           Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, or 6.5 (64 Bit)
                                                SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Service Pack 3
Database Oracle:             11.2.0.4

 

Client Machine Requirements
Supported browsers:      Chrome 23 and above
                                                 Firefox 16 and above
                                                 Internet Explorer 9, 10, and 11
           

                                                 Note: When working in Internet Explorer:
                                                 - Make sure that the Chrome Frame plug-in is disabled.
                                                 - Some interactive functionality is available in Internet Explorer versions 10 and above only.
Screen resolution:           1920x1080 (recommended); 1680x1050 (supported)

 

Public API demo from HP Discover June 2015Open in a New Window

The Agile Manager API enables developers to integrate their applications with Agile Manager.

 

Watch the Public API demo we showed at HP Discover June 2015!

 

Access our Interactive Help from inside Agile Manager and view supported resources and operations.

 

Tips and Tricks in Agile ManagerOpen in a New Window

Watch this movie to learn some quick tips about navigating around Agile Manager, creating backlogs, and analyzing data!

 

Some examples:

  •      Press CTRL + 1 to jump to other tabs in Agile Manager
  •      Use the Recent Items menu option to find a recent page
  •      Add multiple tasks or acceptance tests at once by using numbers or bullets
  •      Filter a grid using links in the footer

 

Download as a slideshow with embedded movies here, to view at a higer resolution.

 

End of support for Internet Explorer 9Open in a New Window

Starting with version 2.41 (expected in September 2015),  Agile Manager will no longer officially support working with Internet Explorer 9.

 

This means:

  • Existing functionality will continue to function as it does today
  • Features developed in the future might not operate correctly on Internet Explorer 9
  • We will no longer test Agile Manager using Internet Explorer 9

 

We recommend migrating to a supported browser version before this time for continued support.

Supported browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer 10 and above.

 

See also Microsoft's: Internet Explorer Support Lifecycle Policy FAQ

 

Updated movie on Sprint ManagementOpen in a New Window

Our updated Sprint Management movie now shows our updated user interface and feature enhancements, such as the ability to reorder tasks.

 

See the new movie here.

 

Find out more about managing sprints in Agile Manager in the Help Center.

 

New movies (2!) on using NextGen SynchronizerOpen in a New Window

Watch the following movies for step-by-step instructions on using NextGen Synchronizer:

 

Configuration: Learn how to access NextGen Synchronizer and configure links.

 

Link Management and Error Handling: Learn how to run synchronizations, and identify and handle errors.

 

Site AdministratorOpen in a New Window

The Site Admin for my project quit suddenly and no one can get in to configure anything. We are all new to Agile Manager. Any suggestions? We also need to know how to change the date on a sprint, but I suspect that can only be done with certain permissions.

 

How to create a link in synchronizer between AGM and ALMOpen in a New Window

Dear Customer,

 

Please look at this post:

 

http://h30499.www3.hp.com/hpeb/board/message?board.id=quality-center-support-customer-forum&message.id=3539#M3539

 

 

Cordially

Ameyjo

 

New movie on Building a Product BacklogOpen in a New Window

Our new Building a Product Backlog movie now includes updated details about workspaces and backlog item templates. 

See the new movie here.

 

Find out more about Agile Manager backlogs in the Help Center.

 

Development metrics in AgM questionOpen in a New Window

We have a series of stories in out AgM tenant. Each story will have a corresponding module*. Also each story has its own estimation point rating.

 

So in short I have a story that may have an EP of 13, in order to deliver the story a developer need to write a coded module that has 2,000 lines of code (LoC).

 

So my question is, in terms of good practice can I add the module as a task to the story? If I do this is there a way of me being able to record the LoC metric in order to measure burn down?

 

* a module is a piece of code that a developer needs to develop and for each module we already have an estimated ‘Lines of code’ metric established

 

 

Getting started in Agile Manager - an updated movieOpen in a New Window

Our new Getting Started movie now includes the updated configuration tabs, as well as the new workspace and feature teams.
See the new movie here.
 
Find out more about workspace and feature teams in the Agile Manager Help Center.

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