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Akalya K (151) | asked Nov 14 '22, 5:19 a.m.

 I am doing time analysis for work item creation in jazz. So I need local setup in my machine for debugging. I tried the setup but facing lot of compilation issues in local intelliJ workspace. Can anyone please tell how to setup the jazz-community / work-item-command-line (

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Ralph Schoon (62.9k33645) | answered Nov 14 '22, 6:22 a.m.

 EWM is based on Eclipse, WCL is configured to be loaded into an Eclipse workspace and it is configured to use the Plain Java Client Libraries (and commons-lang.jar and opencsv.jar) as a user library to provide the needed additional capabilities.

If you want to develop locally, follow the EWM Extensions Workshop (See for the links). Perform the complete Lab 1 to setup an Eclipse client with the SDK and the Plain Java Client Libraries to be able to import the WCL project(s) from GIT. I use GithubDesktop to dwnload the GIT repo and then I use the GIT integration in Eclipse to import the project into the client or server workspace. 

I think this is your best option. I do not use IntelliJ and will definitely not be able to provide any documentation. 

In order to be able to compile you need the WCL source code, the Plain Java Client Libraries for the version of EWM you use, commons-lang.jar and opencsv.jar if you want to use the CSV capabilities.

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