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ProjectArea and Iteration


Michael Baylis (1832619) | asked Dec 21 '08, 3:07 p.m.
Hi,
I've seen it, but can't find it again. Given the name of a project area "Project A" what is the easiest method of obtaining the IProcessArea object?

Also given the identifier of an iteration, how can I obtain it's object?

Cheers,

Michael

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Jared Burns (4.5k29) | answered Jan 07 '09, 12:08 p.m.
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There are APIs on the Process client library (IProcessClientService) and
the Process server library (IProcessServerService) to retrieve process
areas given their ID. Just create a URL containing the project area id
and you'll be set.

You need more than just an ID to retrieve an iteration. You have to
retrieve the relevant project area, then the relevant dev line in that
project area, and then any parent iterations.

Jared Burns
Jazz Process Team


michaelbaylis wrote:
Hi,
I've seen it, but can't find it again. Given the name of a project
area "Project A" what is the easiest method of obtaining the
IProcessArea object?

Also given the identifier of an iteration, how can I obtain it's
object?

Cheers,

Michael

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