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REST API - Possible to get iteration type for iteration?

Erik Jägervall (73710) | asked Mar 05 '12, 8:38 a.m.

What is the best way to get the iteration type of an iteration.

Assume I have an iteration https://localhost:9443/ccm/oslc/iterations/_OTKx8VI6EeG-CaJvA5zvcw then it is easy to get the following iteration data:

rtc_cm:Iteration rdf:about="https://localhost:9443/ccm/oslc/iterations /_OTKx8VI6EeG-CaJvA5zvcw">
<dc>1.0 S1</dc>
<dc>Sprint 1 (1.0KKKK)</dc>

But it does not appear to contain any information on the iteration type applied, if any. I could not either find any references to iteration type in

Anyone know if it is possible to get the iteration type through the REST API. I have read that it should be possible to get i through the Java API, so that is of course always a possibility, but we try to use the REST API whenever possible.

best regards Erik

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qi li (133) | answered Oct 23 '13, 5:49 a.m.
Hi, Erik,

Would you like to share the way to get all the iterations through the Java API ?


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