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How to create a RRDG report with the result of Collection Compare

Erwin Kunz (94687086) | asked Jun 10 '13, 11:55 a.m.
edited Jun 18 '13, 10:40 a.m.
RRC 4.0.2

I would like to use the Collection Compare to generate a Change Request. Unfortunately there is no build-in report for Collection Compare.

Having a bit know how in RPE I'd like to try to create my own report. but stll some question
I expect that I need to grap the artifact of a collection using https://server:port/rm/publish/[artifact_format]?collectionURI=id1

But ..How can I get the list of existing Collection in a Project

and how can i find out what changed in this specific collection between  Baseline 1 and 2
Do to do it like the AUDIT Report?

But then ..How can I get the list of Baselines in a project

I know it's a lot of questions in one. It would be great if someone could help me further


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Fabian Lomeli (2213) | answered Jun 26 '13, 3:18 p.m.
Hi Erwin,
I do not think there is such feature implemented about comparing Collections.  Altough, you can gather the list of collections by executing this: https://server:port/rm/publish/collections/*

Here is a reference that may help you

Erwin Kunz commented Jun 27 '13, 10:33 a.m. | edited Jun 27 '13, 10:47 a.m.

Hi Fabian
I've found collection and their revisions. But the revisions do not contain baseline(snapshot) revision. I did also not found any pointer to the content of a revision. So still not able to find the diff. Any hint there?

How can i find the existing baselines? I've found following URL, but I do not know the ID.

Erwin Kunz commented Aug 03 '15, 11:06 a.m.

Hi there

Now running CLM 5.02. I'm still looking for a solution. Anybody there which can help me?

It can also be something else than with RPE.

Thank you

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