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How to add internal RTC API to build path in RTC eclipse

Dastan Ali (17616) | asked Jun 13 '18, 7:51 a.m.

 My purpose is to get allocation percentage of user to project areas using RTC Client Java API. I was going through these links to get an idea on how to do it - 

I noticed that to get user info internal API are being used, I am using RTC 6.0.3 and plain client java libraries does not ships internal RTC API therefore I am sure how to add internal RTC API to build path of java project in RTC eclipse, can anyone help me please?

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vikrant kamble (1323396) | answered Jun 13 '18, 9:24 a.m.

 Hello Dastan,

Internal API can be found into RTC SDK.

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Ralph Schoon (63.2k33646) | answered Jun 13 '18, 9:38 a.m.

As far as I know the Plain Java Client Libraries and the RTC Client and Server SDK ship both internal API.
All the stuff that is not mentioned in the Plain Java Client Libraries JavaDoc is considered internal API. All that has internal in the namepath (package) is internal API. It is necessary to look at the package names to tell where the stuff belongs to.

In addition to all this the RTC Eclipse client ships packages not included in the SDKs and the Plain Java. these have typically rcp (rich client platform) in the package path name.

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