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Getting bad request for OSLC API for DNG REQIF Export

Karandeep Singh (111) | asked Apr 20 '20, 9:18 a.m.


I am unable to export ReqIF file using this "https://localhost:9443/rm/reqif_oslc/export?componentURI=https%3A%2F%2Flocalhost%3A9443%2Frm%2Fcm%2Fcomponent%2F_YvvTgC7EEequz6N99mc0aw" Api.

Following is the request headers I am using:

oslc-core-version : 2.0
Content-Type: applicaction/rdf+xml

and Body as


On submitting the request 
I receive the response as Status:400 Bad Request as No project context was provided for the request".

Further I explored and added one query parameter as 
ProjectURL :"https%3A%2F%2Flocalhost%3A9443%2Frm%2Fprocess%2Fproject-areas%2F_Ynsx0C7EEequz6N99mc0aw"

this time I got
Response as Status: 400 Bad Request as " ReqIF definition not specified or definition cannot be found"

Can anyone please help me in identifying where I am going wrong as I am getting the ReqIF definition Url in previous step using the ReqIf Definition factory API, so the definition is already present.

What might be causing this error? and Do I have to specify ProjectURL parameter in ReqIF export request?.

I am using version RDNG 6.0.

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Ian Barnard (1.4k613) | answered Apr 29 '20, 5:58 a.m.
Hi Karandeep

Reqif export seems to work using local configuration - so instead of oslc_config.context use vvc.configuration with value the local configuration you want to export from.


Karandeep Singh commented Apr 30 '20, 7:19 a.m.

Hi Ian ,

Tried using local configuration also but it didn't work.

Ian Barnard commented Apr 30 '20, 7:47 a.m.

This definitely can work - get it going in a browser REST client. You can get check that you have the correct reqif definition (it has to be in the same project) using the Reqif Query capability.

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