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Attribute URI resolving

Kira Resari (412) | asked Aug 17 '20, 1:44 a.m.



I am stuck on a really difficult problem with DOORS DWA OLSC LYO that I have been spending days to figure out, without any progress.


I am trying to read out and map a Requirement using DOORS DWA OSLC LYO in Java. Thus far, I have gotten to the point where I have managed to map the Requirement, as well as most of its attributes.


However, a few Attributes are giving me trouble. Specifically ENUMS, and one of which I don't even know the type.


Whereas most attributes are of a datatype that I can easily map, these are of the type URI, and contain URIs such as:


I want to know how to resolve these URIs. I tried resolving them via `oslcOauthClient.getResource(uri.toString(), mediaType)` trying out the various media types, however...


...for the first one (types/attrDef-1025#1) (which I can tell points to the first allowable value of the ENUM that gets mapped as attrDef-1025), the best I can get returned is an XML overview of the Formal Module that the attribute Definition is a part of . It's as if the request is ignoring the trailing `/types/attrDef-1025#1`. That is, these to requests are returning the same entities for me:



And for the second one (acp), I haven't even been able to find a call that returns me a valid entity. All I tired only results in "NOT_ACCEPTABLE (406)".


So, what can I do here?


To sum it up again, I have these URIs in `resource.extendedProperties[*].value`



And I want to convert these URIs into whatever values they actually represent. How can I do that?


Thanks in advance,



I have also tried manually inputting the URLs into a browser. However, entering:


...just redirects me to


And entering:


...just gives me the same old "NOT_ACCEPTABLE (406)" response displayed in the browser.

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