rohit_nagamalla1 Absent Member.
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Caliber RM Java SDk support

Hi Guys,

I am using CaliberRM java SDk to build an application where we required a search/filter functionality to search for a particular set of requirements like lets say i need all the requirements whose version in 1.0 or i need all the requirements whose due date is some particular date.

I have looked into the SDK but i found only tracing support but no search feature. It will be very helpful if someone can provide me information on this.





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WarrenB Absent Member.
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RE: Caliber RM Java SDk support

Hi Rohit,

You can access the Requirement Grid server side filters and output the results via the SDK. So you could create your filter/search criteria within Caliber and then call it through the SDK. I have attached some sample code that shows how this can be done.

To access the filters, open the Caliber Author and select View | Requirement Grid

The Requirement Grid filter (as shown below) will open:

You can create a new filter by clicking on the …

The code attached just uses the sample BusinessRequirementOnly filter. Please let me know if this helps meet your needs.

Please note: The sample code attached will iterate through all Projects and apply the filter. You can narrow it down to one project by updating the line of code below:

//Query Project_p object - * will return all projects

rv.insert_string("Project_p::name LIKE 'MyProject'");

If the project name includes a space you will need to escape it like shown below:

rv.insert_string("Project_p::name LIKE \"Address?Book\"");

Best Regards,



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