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How do I find the Current Iteration of a Project Area with the Java Server API?


Shawn Carroll (365) | asked Nov 28 '18, 1:37 p.m.

I'm looking to be able to make changes to a workitem and linked workitems whenever the workitem is moved into our current iteration. Is there anything in the APIs that can find what the project's current iteration is?

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Shawn Carroll (365) | answered Dec 07 '18, 1:48 p.m.
I solved the issue by just casting an IProcessArea as an IProjectArea.

IProjectArea projectArea = (IProjectArea) operation.getProcessArea();

I added this line to the beginning of the run method of my extension and then was able to use IProjectArea's getDevelopmentLines() and IDevelopmentLine's getCurrentIteration() calls to get the current iteration.
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David Lafreniere (4.5k7) | answered Nov 28 '18, 9:21 p.m.
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Relevant code to answer your question:
  • IProjectArea has .getDevelopmentLines() and .getProjectDevelopmentLine()
  • IDevelopmentLine has .getCurrentIteration() which returns the current iteration.
  • IIteration has .getDevelopmentLine()

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Shawn Carroll commented Nov 29 '18, 12:13 p.m.

I'm able to get the IProjectAreaHandle from workitem.getProjectArea() but when I try to use the IRepositoryItemService.fetchItem() to get the full item from the handle, I get a null value. How do I actually get an IProjectArea object to begin that chain?


David Lafreniere commented Dec 03 '18, 3:45 p.m.
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IProjectArea projectArea = (IProjectArea) repositoryItemService.fetchItem(workItem.getProjectArea(), IRepositoryItemService.COMPLETE);

Per the Javadoc, the return value 'cannot' be null... so perhaps you are calling a different method. Note: It can however throw one of several Exceptions (is it possible you are just catching that and continuing?),


David Lafreniere commented Dec 03 '18, 3:46 p.m.
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Ex:

     * @return the item for the given item handle; the item has all its
              properties set of <em>properties</em> is <code>COMPLETE</code>;
    
         otherwise, the item is partial with the specified properties set;
              the item is immutable; never <code>null</code>
     * @throws PermissionDeniedException
    
             if authenticated contributor is not authorized to read this
                  item from the repository
     * @throws ItemNotFoundException
    
             if the item was not found

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