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Tag Archives: Jazz
There is a new version of RTC – what does that mean in the context of my automation Plain Java Client Libraries tools and my Extensions based on the SDK? This very valid question was recently asked on Jazz.net at … Continue reading
This post is about a Participant that creates an approval when saving a work item. I was interested in posting this, because I was interested on how to get at project member and role information in a server extension. I … Continue reading
I was interested in modifying the workflow state of a work item using the Java API. This is interesting for various types of automation on the server as well as on the client. If you ever wondered how to drive … Continue reading
One thing that I started thinking about several times during the last few years is how to handle the “Planned For” or other iteration attributes during automation. I was looking into how to copy work items from one repository to … Continue reading