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Tag Archives: jazz server api
The question how to manage licenses using the plain java client libraries came up recently. There used to be a blog post in the internet that explained it, but that has been taken down. Questions on Jazz.net are not very … Continue reading
Organizations might be interested in enforcing naming conventions for streams or make sure that stream names must be unique. This post shows some simple example advisor that check for a naming convention and make sure the stream name is unique. … Continue reading
Organizations sometimes would like to implement naming conventions for components based on the architecture for example. This post shows a simple example advisor that checks for a naming convention. License The post contains published code, so our lawyers reminded me … Continue reading
How can I access work items associated to a change set in an Advisor or precondition on the server? Here is an Advisor example that prevents delivery of change sets if they are associated to the wrong work item type. … Continue reading