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Crucible 4.4.2: Getting CommentResolutionData by REST_API


We are using Crucible+Fish-Eye 4.4.2 for codereviews. For documentation i have to export the coderview results to a  special report template. I am doing this using REST_API. In need the resolved and unresolved items. I couldnt find it at the REST-API, but there seems to be a a class CommentResolutionData at java docs. Do I have to write my own REST-API class to access the data? Can I extend the existing  REST-API?

Thanks a lot
Richard :)

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Hi @Richard Sedlak

Can you please clarify what you mean by "resolved and unresolved items"? Are you talking about open and closed reviews, or maybe about resolved and unresolved comments?


thanks for response. Yes, I am talking about resolved and unresolved comments. For my report tool I want to get the number of resolved and unresolved comments.


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Hi @Richard Sedlak,

Sorry for the delay in replying to you.

I have searched for a Crucible REST API that suits your needs but I haven't been able to find any.

We have been able to retrieve that information directly from the database though. This information is stored in cru_comment table, in the cru_last_resolution_status column.

Maybe this helps?

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