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Retrieve only Active Users from the RTC,RRC, RQM Instances using OSLC

Akshansh Khare (56178) | asked Jun 26 '12, 2:09 a.m.

Hi Community,

We are building a Dot Net application that uses OSLC to retrieve data from the RTC,RRC, RQM Instances.
We need the count of Active user from the instances,

We used the query <instancelink>/oslc/users,
But when we query this link the XML Response contains all the users i.e. Active and Archieved, we only need the count of Active users,
Can anyone suggest how to achieve this ?


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Robert Rassmann (9923) | answered Jun 27 '12, 10:25 a.m.
I don't think that you're going to be able to do it with that feed.  The OSLC feeds support queries but usually only the fields that are in the feed.  I don't see a field for archived so I don't believe filtering on it would be supported.

RQM's API ( has a contributor feed that filters out the archived users by default.  You might want to look into using that.

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Akshansh Khare (56178) | answered Jun 27 '12, 12:02 p.m.
Is there any other option or URL from where I can get the filter the active members in an Instance ?

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Robert Elves (10234) | answered Aug 22 '12, 10:53 p.m.
August 22, 2012

Bump. How do we get the list of Users and their corresponding URIs when using the 4.0 apis (RRC)?

Seth Packham commented Aug 23 '12, 10:26 a.m.

Robert, a bump may not be effective if a question already has answers on it, and your bump will make the question look like it has received yet another answer. You might want to ask a new question or use the comment mechanism on questions that haven't yet been answered.

Geoffrey Clemm commented Aug 23 '12, 10:30 p.m.

And a "bump" answer on a question that has no answers is even worse, since the "bump" makes it look like there is an answer to the question (so queries for "questions with no answers" will no longer find that question). So you are always best following the (rather logical :-) rule: Don't post something as an "answer" if it is not an "answer" ... post it as a comment.

Robert Elves commented Aug 24 '12, 11:39 a.m.

Yes, my bad. I clicked the wrong link for my text to become a 'comment' vs an 'answer' it appears. Re-asked my question here:

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