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How to generate comprehensive review reports

L. Schimmel Jul 28, 2015

Hello everyone,

 

at the moment I am working on installing a productive crucible Server in my company. One thing that was requested in every meeting about crucible was better reports. So I already know, that there would be a possibilty by using the rest-API. Is there a instruction how to use the API for the analysis of the reviews?

 

I have never worked with API before. What general information do I need to explain a coworker that is capable, what I need?

 

Is there a way to dump the Crucible Review findings in Excel to generate a report that way?

 

Best regards

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Alexander Taler Jul 28, 2015

You can find the official documentation here. It has everything you need

https://developer.atlassian.com/display/FECRUDEV/FishEye+and+Crucible+Developer+Documentation

https://docs.atlassian.com/fisheye-crucible/latest/wadl/crucible.html

Creating complete reports is actually quite involved, so I have published a plugin to the Atlassian Marketplace which provides branch & time based reports of code review coverage, and includes the ability to download an Excel version of the report

https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/biz.deref.flyover.flyoverForCrucible

Please ignore any compatibility errors you may receive, this is a known bug with Crucible, and the plugin works correctly with newer versions of Crucible.

 

L. Schimmel Aug 02, 2015

Thanks for your reply. I did not know about the addon yet, but will try it right now. This may very well be the solution for my problem. Thanks again and best regards

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