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How can I get a list of registered applications via the Jazz API


Chandrashekar Navapet (153) | asked May 23 '19, 10:43 a.m.

How can I get a list of registered applications via the Jazz API ? Generally,it would be xml or json returned.

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Kevin Ramer (4.5k9185200) | answered May 23 '19, 2:15 p.m.
You should be able to get the rootservices document and peel away the layers to find friend apps.

  <!-- List of friends (applications known to this application) -->
  <jd:friends rdf:resource="https://rtp-rtc9:9443/jazz/friends" />

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Chandrashekar Navapet commented May 27 '19, 5:06 a.m.

 @Kevin Ramer  Thanks for your support

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Chandrashekar Navapet (153) | answered May 28 '19, 5:59 a.m.
edited May 29 '19, 8:51 a.m.

@Kevin Ramer  From the output xml I see a lot of publishers/names like /rtc2 and /rtc-dt. This is good.However,if /rtc2 is DOWN, will it show up in this list as down, or will it not show up in this list at all?
If it shows as down, what xml item am I looking for to denote that the service is down?

 


jd:Application>
        <dc:publisher>/rtc2</dc:publisher>

        <jd:domain rdf:parseType="Resource">
                <dc:identifier>http://open-services.net/ns/rtc#</dc:identifier>
        </jd:domain>
        <jd:jsaSsoEnabled>false</jd:jsaSsoEnabled>
</jd:Application>

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