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How do I find an RTC server's time from a build engine? [solved]


M Holder (53610) | asked Feb 28 '13, 11:50 a.m.
edited Mar 14 '13, 7:26 a.m.
I'd like to make our builds more likely to survive past our daily offline backup window where the RTC server is unavailable for a couple of hours.

So is there a way for a build engine to find the server's time using the RTC java-api?
I've got an ITeamRepository and we're using the java API to do a lot of other things.

In addition is there any way to ask the RTC server what time its next scheduled shutdown (for offline backups) is?





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Ralph Schoon commented Mar 14 '13, 7:37 a.m.
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Hi, the CLM server does not know about when it is shut down. the shut down is something that is done from the outside - the application server level - probably using a script. So I assume you have to add some knowledge about your specific times into your solution.

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M Holder (53610) | answered Mar 14 '13, 7:25 a.m.
I ended up finding the server's time by creating an HttpsURLConnection conn to the Jazz server and then calling conn.getDate() , so no need to use the API at all.

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