This version of Windchill prevents the OSLC Connect logs to be displayed in the log files.
This is a known bug of Windchill corrected in the version 184.108.40.206. Please apply the workaround procedure described in the PTC support article CS311767.
ELM Applications won't work with OSLC Connect for Windchill if their web application server is not configured following the IBM Support document 1288438
This prevents OSLC interactions between friends from different domains to perform as expected. As such, OAuth interactions will fail, and previews and delegated dialogs will not display.
220.127.116.11have a bug when displaying links. There is no warning when the user is logged out of Windchill, and the links to Windchill parts are not displayed. The customer of IBM Doors Next (RM)
18.104.22.168can ask their support an IFix for this bug. IBM Doors Next (RM)
7.0.0will add a warning to the user with an hyperlink that allows login to Windchill and then the display of links.
7.0.0and the links will not be displayed until connected to Windchill, without any warning.
6.0.6is not compatible with Global Configuration for the Architecture Management domain. More precisely, links to Windchill Parts do not include a configuration context.
7.0.0, when Global Configuration is enabled, an authentication problem may occur at the first connection to Windchill. The OSLC Connect for Windchill APIs will require access to the GCM application, which will be granted by IBM Rational Quality Manager (QM), even though it will display a seemingly unrelated error message and leave an authentication window open. When this happens, close the authentication window and refresh the page. To fix this behavior, you may ask IBM for a resolution of this defect.