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How can I remove a user from the responsibilities tab for all requirements within a specified project using the SDK and C#.NET?

How can I remove a user from the responsibilities tab for all requirements within a specified project using the SDK and C#.NET?

Problem:

How can I remove a user from the responsibilities tab for all requirements within a specified project using the SDK and C#.NET?

Resolution:


  • Product Name: CaliberRM
  • Product Version: 2006
  • Product Component: SDK
  • Platform/OS Version:Widnows XP, Windows 2000/2003 Server


The Visual Studio 2005 .NET project attached (RemoveResponsibleUser.zip.zip) will remove a specified user (untick them) from the responsibilities tab in all requirements fora specified Project. It will also add a comment to the history reflecting the change.

You can run the code by either

  • Opening the "RemoveResponsibleUser.sln" file in Visual Studio 2005 .NET
  • Running the "RemoveResponsibleUser.exe" within the "\RemoveMappedRequirements\bin\Debug" directory

Once you start the application you will be asked to specify the following information:

  1. Login details (host, username & password)
  2. Project
  3. User ID # (see below)
  4. Comment (This will be the comment added to the history reflecting the change)

In order to get the User ID # you will need to follow the steps below:

  1. Open the CaliberRM client
  2. Select FILE | EXPORT TO ACCESS
  3. De-select all tables, apart from the "User" table
  4. Click EXPORT
  5. Open the exported database in Access and find the appropriate "id_number" for the user you want


Related documents:


Old KB# 16494

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