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Problem with JazzTeamServer-I20070711-2021


Dmitry Karasik (1.8k11) | asked Aug 02 '07, 9:47 a.m.
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Ahmed Hadad (10687) | answered May 02 '08, 3:20 p.m.
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Sincerely,

Ahmed Hadad

"Ahmed Hadad (IBM)" <ahadad> wrote in message
news:fvfi35$olr$2@localhost.localdomain...

I have tried the following string for the Clear Case stream selector:

ahadad_dev_esdt0406@esdt_pvob
ahadad_dev_esdt0406@/esdt_pvob

Screen shots are in the attached file.

Thnaks.
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Sincerely,

Ahmed Hadad

"Ahmed Hadad (IBM)" <ahadad> wrote in message
news:fvfer8$n4a$1@localhost.localdomain...
I am trying to import my Clear Case stream into Jazz, but I getting a
pvob
tag error. I am sure I am using the right pvob name, but I ma not sure
about
the tag.

Has any one deal with this problem before or has any suggestions?

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Sincerely,

Ahmed Hadad


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Ahmed Hadad (10687) | answered May 02 '08, 3:23 p.m.
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Sincerely,

Ahmed Hadad

"Ahmed Hadad (IBM)" <ahadad> wrote in message
news:fvfpht$s3q$1@localhost.localdomain...


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Sincerely,

Ahmed Hadad

"Ahmed Hadad (IBM)" <ahadad> wrote in message
news:fvfi35$olr$2@localhost.localdomain...

I have tried the following string for the Clear Case stream selector:

ahadad_dev_esdt0406@esdt_pvob
ahadad_dev_esdt0406@/esdt_pvob

Screen shots are in the attached file.

Thnaks.
--
Sincerely,

Ahmed Hadad

"Ahmed Hadad (IBM)" <ahadad> wrote in message
news:fvfer8$n4a$1@localhost.localdomain...
I am trying to import my Clear Case stream into Jazz, but I getting a
pvob
tag error. I am sure I am using the right pvob name, but I ma not sure
about
the tag.

Has any one deal with this problem before or has any suggestions?

--
Sincerely,

Ahmed Hadad


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Geoffrey Clemm (29.6k23035) | answered May 02 '08, 4:52 p.m.
FORUM ADMINISTRATOR / FORUM MODERATOR / JAZZ DEVELOPER
To figure out what your pvob name is just fire up cleartool and type
"lsvob". If you are on windows, it probably will say "\esdt_pvob", in
which case your stream selector would be ahadad_dev_esdt0406@\esdt_pvob.

In general, once you think you have a correct name for your stream try
it out with "cleartool describe <my>"

If cleartool understands it, we will understand it (we talk to ClearCase
via cleartool).

Also note that the second bogus error pop-up is a bug that's been fixed
in RC2.

Cheers,
Geoff
Ahmed Hadad (IBM) wrote:

I have tried the following string for the Clear Case stream selector:

ahadad_dev_esdt0406@esdt_pvob
ahadad_dev_esdt0406@/esdt_pvob

Screen shots are in the attached file.

Thnaks.

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Craig Chaney (9212) | answered Jul 06 '09, 9:52 a.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
sviens wrote:
I'm writing up RTC config instructions for our Ops team and noticed in
the RTC installation instructions for DB2 that the value for the
"com.ibm.team.repository.db.jdbc.location" property looks
like this:

//host:port:user=username;password=password;

I would have expected to see a "jdbc:db2:" prefix:

jdbc:db2://host:port:user=username;password=password;

Will either work? Is the jdbc:db2: prepended by RTC? I do not have
the opportunity to test this out myself before they have a go at it
so was hoping someone could clarify.

Hi,

The jdbc:db2: is prepended by RTC. Adding that prefix to your value
will cause failures.

Thanks,
Craig Chaney
Jazz server team

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Christophe Elek (2.9k12921) | answered Nov 23 '09, 6:55 a.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
mcraek@ca.ibm-dot-com.no-spam.invalid (mcraek) wrote in news:he452f$h0n$2
@localhost.localdomain:

Unable to login: CRJAZ0099I HTTP error "RSA premaster secret
error" accessing URL

This is a shot but I believe it should work.

Did you setup the SSL connection to allow issues ?


HttpClient.setupLenientSSL();
final HttpClient client= new HttpClient(repo.getRepositoryURI(), "", USER,
PASSWORD);
client.setAccept(MediaType.JSON.toString());

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Christophe Elek
Jazz L3
IBM Software Group - Rational

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