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Associating Build record and Build definition using the RQMUrlUtility.


Luis Calderon (2917) | asked Jun 24 '19, 9:00 p.m.




Hi:

You can create a build definition using the RQMUrlUtility tool with an XML file and the command below:


java -jar RQMUrlUtility.jar -command POST -user EID -password PASSWORD -url https://aeroclmsbox.honeywell.com/qm/service/com.ibm.rqm.integration.service.IIntegrationService/resources/JKE%20Banking%20(QM)/builddefinition -filepath c:\RQM_PROJECTS\RQMBuildDefinition.xml

 You can create a build recordusing the RQMUrlUtility tool with an XML file and the command below:

java -jar RQMUrlUtility.jar -command POST -user EID -password PASSWORD -url https://aeroclmsbox.honeywell.com/qm/service/com.ibm.rqm.integration.service.IIntegrationService/resources/JKE%20Banking%20(QM)/buildrecord -filepath c:\RQM_PROJECTS\RQMBuildRecord.xml

Is there a way to associate them (adding the records to the definition) by using the RQMUrlUtility tool too?

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Elohim Arranaga (2461) | answered Jul 05 '19, 3:01 p.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER

 Hi Luis, 

Not sure I understand 100% the question but you can indeed associate a build record with a build definition as this is a supported field, see:


Note the RQMUrlUtility is just a way to call the RQM REST API. 

Hope this helps.


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Shyam Sundar Ramakrishnan (11) | answered Jul 22 '19, 8:18 p.m.
After creating the build Record, I am trying to use the RQMUrlUtility PUT command to associate the newly created build record to the build definition. Questions are:
1. Should I use <buildrecord> </buildrecord> to provide the reference to the newly created build record that I want to associate to build definition?
2. What should be value that I should use? 

 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<builddefinition xmlns="http://jazz.net/xmlns/alm/qm/v0.1/"> 
<status>com.ibm.rqm.buildintegration.buildstatus.ok</status> 
<buildrecord>WHAT SHOULD COME HERE</buildrecord> 
</builddefinition> 


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Shyam Sundar Ramakrishnan (11) | answered Jul 23 '19, 11:51 a.m.

 I got what I was looking for..

<ns2:buildrecord href="https://........"/>

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