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Is there a data dictionary for the rest API?


Michael Alberda (251627) | asked Oct 19 '18, 6:09 a.m.
Hi,

Is there a data dictionary for the rest API? the client wants to know what fields can and cannot be reported on with RTC.

Thanks,
Kind Regards,
Michael Alberda

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Jim Ruehlin (76614) | answered Oct 19 '18, 12:36 p.m.
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The RTC Reportable REST API lists attributes that can be acquired. If you're looking for a more general API library, check out the CLM API landing page.
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Michael Alberda commented Oct 23 '18, 4:25 a.m.
Thank-you Jim.

The main thing I needed to know was if custom contributor, custom date fields and custom html fields can be reported on?

thanks,
Kind Regards,
Michael.

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Jim Ruehlin (76614) | answered Oct 23 '18, 11:24 a.m.
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It looks like the customAttribute property might do what you want. Check the com.ibm.team.workitem.WorkItem type in the RRAPI page. When you get that information there should be URIs for the custom attribute types you're interested in. You should then be able to do GETs on those URIs to get the actual values for the WI you started with.

- Jim


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