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Add requirements to a module using OSLC

Stephan Leutenmayr (2319) | asked Jan 26 '17, 10:20 a.m.

Is it possible to add a requirement to a DNG module via OSLC?
The scenario is as follows. I create a module in DNG which corresponds to a requirementCollection in OSLC. Then I create a requirement via OSLC which I then want to add to the requirementCollection via the "uses" attribute. This however does not work, the server responds with 400 bad request. If I create a collection in DNG, the same course of action works well.

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Benjamin Silverman (4.1k610) | answered Jan 26 '17, 3:51 p.m.

Hi Stephan,

Unfortunately this is not possible to do using OSLC.  The Javascript client extension API supports this and there is some also work ongoing to provide a public API for module operations in a future release:

[RM] API: Allow the modification of module structure via public API (109007)

Hope it helps!

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A Ragab (1127) | answered Oct 19 '18, 11:30 a.m.

 @Benjamin Silverman 

It seems I cannot access the ticket. 
Has this feature been added to DNG 6.0.6 release as public API or not yet?

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Paul Ellis (1.3k613) | answered Oct 20 '18, 12:39 a.m.

116192: [RM] API: Structural manipulation of module data (existing modules) - phase 1 was introduced in CLM 6.0.5, which came around 6 months after Ben's post above.

I suspect though that the scope also changed since then, as phase 1 was a precursor to [RM] API: Server API for Module management - phase 2

Also <g class="gr_ gr_290 gr-alert gr_gramm gr_inline_cards gr_run_anim Punctuation only-del replaceWithoutSep" data-gr-id="290" id="290"> see: </g> CLM Product API Landing page where we have collated links to all the APIs.

Kind regards,

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