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T M (8877188143) | asked Sep 18 '12, 11:34 a.m.

1. In RTC Eclipse client, when I right click on "Feeds" folder I see a menu option "new query feed subscription" which is greyed out. Why is it greyed out?

2. I'm not getting feeds on the web client. Why?

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Zachary Demers (20137) | answered Sep 18 '12, 12:48 p.m.
I was also able to reproduce the issue using eclipse client 4.0 that the feed "New Query Feed Subscription" is currently grayed out.  I will research why this feature is grayed out.  In the mean time, please use the work around to add query to you feeds:

1. Go into Team Artifact View in eclipse client.
2. Right click the query you would like to add feeds to.
3. There should be an option to select "New Query Feed Subscription.

As for question 2.
The dashboard is not exposing the feeds URL for all feeds unfortunately.  However, the "My work item change" feed has the form:
{server-URL}/service/com.ibm.team.repository.common.internal.IFeedService?itemType=WorkItem&user=${current_user}
Where ${current_user}  is your user ID


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Parker Dunton (4064) | answered Sep 18 '12, 12:05 p.m.
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I don't know about 1), but for 2), if you mean that you don't know where to find feeds, I can help. On a project dashboard (and probably the other dashboard types too) you can add one of several feeds viewlets, under the Feeds category.

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T M commented Sep 19 '12, 4:00 a.m.

I have users who don't spend all day in eclipse and don't use the web client (nor would they keep it open constantly), but there are other active-pinging resources they would use (e.g. RSS feeds in outlook 2010/Feeds in IE) that would keep users updated based on feeds.


Zachary Demers commented Sep 24 '12, 1:11 p.m. | edited Sep 24 '12, 1:12 p.m.

Here is my best effort answer to this questions:

  1. Right click the new feed you would like to move to outlook and select "Copy Feed URL."

  2. Paste the URL into a browser, this bring you to a page that you can subscribe to new feeds.

  3. Select the Choose Applications on the Subscribe feeds menu.

  4. Choose the Outlook 2010 that you wish to add feeds to.

  5. Select Subscribe Now.

Let me know if this answers the question


T M commented Sep 25 '12, 9:48 a.m.

I followed this link to setup BASIC auth: https://jazz.net/library/article/75

IN RTC Eclipse client, I right click on a a feed in "Feeds" section and select “Copy Feed URL”. Then pasted it into notepad:

https://server.abc.com:9443/ccm/service/com.ibm.team.repository.common.internal.IFeedService?provider=query&user=fname_lname&query=_dRrzIAIXEeKQhbDv3_12Rw

Then I change it as below:

http://server.abc.com:9080/ccm/events?provider=query&user=fname_lname&query=_dRrzIAIXEeKQhbDv3_12Rw

I paste the above url into a browser and press enter.

The browser changes the url back to https and 9443 as below:

https://server.abc.com:9443/ccm/events?provider=query&user=fname_lname&query=_dRrzIAIXEeKQhbDv3_12Rw

Why is it?

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