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How to make calls to OSLC from RQM test script?

Philip Park (1112) | asked Nov 02 '16, 2:55 p.m.
 I am trying to learn how to use the OSLC so that test script can execute commands in DOS Box (or Python, or 3rd party tool). The web page search results doesn't get me anywhere due to lack of information or too focus on one area or refered link is not available. Some search indicates that I need to install But when I follow the link, it all does is points to the download site for "Rational Quality Manager 6.0.2". No where to find the It is very frustrate to work with RQM trying to link them to 3rd party tool.
where do I start as far as what do I need to install? BTW: I have access to RTC/RQM that my company installed in server. What do I need to start executing stuff using OSLC if this is what I need?

Please help before I ditch this tool.

Ara Masrof commented Nov 02 '16, 3:21 p.m.

 If you are looking to download the 'Rational Quality Manager Execution Tool  ' you need to the following

Select Rational Quality Manager → Then Download 
Select the Version you are working with
Select the All Download tab
Scroll down under the Extras header
You will see an entry for 'Rational Quality Manager Execution Tool  '  
To download select the 'All' link → Agree to the terms and download 

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Paul Slauenwhite (8.4k12) | answered Nov 17 '16, 7:26 a.m.
Can you explain more what you are trying to accomplish?  What are your requirements?

You can use the RQM OSLC API or RQM Reportable REST API to CRUD/query test artifacts.

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