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How to get Project Area Name on Source Control?


JaeSung Yang (21145) | asked Jun 15 '11, 3:23 a.m.
Hi.

I want to know how to get Project Area Name on source control.

so, i searched repository workspace, stream, user, changeset for Project Area Name

but, i didn't find (repository workspace, stream, user, changeset).

"String projectName = operation.getProcessArea().getName();"

this code get stream's owner value.

but if stream's owner is team area, i can't get project area name.

How do you get Project Area Name on source control?

thanks.

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Geoffrey Clemm (30.1k33035) | answered Jun 15 '11, 9:02 a.m.
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I don't know the API details, but team areas are arranged in a tree, the
root of which is a project area. So you'll want to look for some kind
of a "parent" relation from a team area (and keep traversing it until
you reach the project area), or a team area might have a direct pointer
to the root of the hierarchy (i.e. the project area).

Cheers,
Geoff

On 6/15/2011 3:38 AM, jjangrang wrote:
Hi.

I want to know how to get Project Area Name on source control.

so, i searched repository workspace, stream, user, changeset for
Project Area Name

but, i didn't find (repository workspace, stream, user, changeset).

"String projectName =
operation.getProcessArea().getName();"

this code get stream's owner value.

but if stream's owner is team area, i can't get project area name.

How do you get Project Area Name on source control?

thanks.

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Nick Edgar (6.5k711) | answered Jun 17 '11, 11:42 a.m.
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If you have the stream, use:

IWorkspace stream = ...
IProcessAreaHandle processAreaHandle = stream.getOwner();
IProcessArea processArea = /* fetch processAreaHandle */
IProjectAreaHandle projectAreaHandle = processArea.getProjectArea();
IProjectArea projectArea = /* fetch projectAreaHandle */
String name = projectArea.getName();


On the client side, you'd use IItemManager to fetch the items, on the server side you'd use IRepositoryItemService.

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Nick Edgar (6.5k711) | answered Jun 17 '11, 11:47 a.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
The tree structure that Geoff mentions is maintained at project area level (not as parent/children links in each team area). You can get at the info using:

IProjectArea projectArea = /* see above */
ITeamAreaHierarchy hierarchy = projectArea.getTeamAreaHierarchy();
ITeamAreaHandle teamArea = /* handle for some team area */
ITeamAreaHandle parent = hiearchy.getParent(teamArea); // null means project is parent
Set children = hierarchy.getChildren(teamArea); // set of ITeamAreaHandle

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