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Build properties?


Scott Chapman (3216547) | asked Sep 11 '08, 2:56 p.m.
I have been poking through the documentation and haven't been any to find anything that helps.

We are constructing a build label, and we want it to be able to contain some important information about the build.

I see that we would be using the buildLabelPrefix for some of this, but I can't figure out if there are existing properites (or some other mechanism) that contain this information that we can use to seed the buildLabelPrefix with.

SPecifically we are wanting to know:
1) What stream the build is in. I see that we can find out what workspace we are in, so maybe that is what we do here.
2) What phase or iteration we are in. Now, I am not REALLY sure this makes sense, need to think about it a little more. But is there any good way to know what the current phase is?

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Ryan Manwiller (1.3k1) | answered Sep 16 '08, 4:22 p.m.
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I don't see any way to get at the info such as the iteration from Ant.

You can see all the properties that are available by setting the "Properties
file" field in the Ant page of the build definition. This is an output file.

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Scott Chapman (3216547) | answered Sep 16 '08, 3:42 p.m.
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Ryan Manwiller (1.3k1) | answered Sep 11 '08, 7:28 p.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
There is really no concept of "what stream the build is in". The build is
associated to a workspace. That workspace may have flows with several other
streams.

From what context do you need this information? Are you doing this from java
code? Or trying to get this information in Ant?

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Ryan Manwiller
Jazz Team

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