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how to make changeset suspend, resume or disacard using RTC client api

Nilesh Patil (1733650) | asked Dec 31 '16, 1:40 a.m.
Hi All,

How do I change state of changeset using RTC client using jazz client java api. I need to change state(discard, resume, suspend) using java client api.

I have tried below code of snippet, but this is not working

public boolean discardChangeSet(IWorkspaceConnection workspace, List<IChangeSetHandle> changeSetsHandle) throws TeamRepositoryException
        workspace.discardChangeSets(true, changeSetsHandle, null);

public boolean suspendChangeSet(ITeamRepository repo,IWorkspaceHandle workspaceHandle, IWorkspaceConnection workspace, List<IChangeSetHandle> changeSetsHandles) throws TeamRepositoryException
        IScmService scmService  = (IScmService) repo.getClientLibrary(IScmService.class);
        IChangeSetHandle[] changeSets = Arrays.copyOf( changeSetsHandles.toArray(), changeSetsHandles.toArray().length, IChangeSetHandle[].class);
        scmService.suspend( workspaceHandle, changeSets, IScmService.DELTA_PER_INVOCATION , null, null);
        //workspace.suspend(changeSetsHandles, null);


After trying for scmService.suspend method it throws null pointer exception.

public boolean resumeChangeSet(IWorkspaceConnection workspace, List<IChangeSetHandle> changeSetsHandles) throws TeamRepositoryException
        workspace.resume(1, changeSetsHandles, null);


Could you please let me how to proceed on this. Sample code would be very much helpful.

Thank you in advance

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Ralph Schoon (63.2k33646) | answered Jan 05 '17, 3:16 a.m.
  1. Follow to set up your environment with the SDK and the plain java client libraries for debugging.Use debugging to find out why your calls fail - e.g. what is null.
  2. Search for references of the classes and methods you use to find how the usage patter are e.g. in the client tests that are shipped with the SDK.

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