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Adding a Category to an Asset in a Policy


andrew opat (1656) | asked Apr 08 '11, 9:25 a.m.
By default, RAM includes a policy called "Categorize Asset Policy" which can add a category to an asset.

I want to perform a similar action as part of a custom policy. However, the documented API (RAM Inforcentre -> Rational Asset Manager Java API) seems to require me to build up an extensive datastructure to add to the jaxb representation of the asset. A lot of the fields in this datastructure do not seem to be sufficiently well documented for me to have confidence that I am generating the data correctly (eg. com.ibm.ram.internal.jaxb.Link.setTitle() ).

Is there a recommended approach for manipulating this datastructure?
Are there extensions to the API documented elsewhere?
Is it necessary to use undocumented APIs to perform such maniplutations?

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Gili Mendel (1.8k56) | answered Apr 22 '11, 7:01 p.m.
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At this time, using the Java Client API (if you need to search for existing valid categories).

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