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Unable to get change set using crucible REST API call.

crucible_uat/rest-service/repositories-v1/simple-jar-demo works fine

<site>:8070/crucible_uat/rest-service/repositories-v1/change/simple-jar-demo?FEAUTH=<Authkey>

throws an exception or a 404.


I am did not find meaningful examples for the usage of the call.

If an example for usage of /rest-service/repositories-v1/changes/{repo}/{path:.*$}?oldestCsid=<value>&includeOldest=<value>&newestCsid=<value>&includeNewest=<value>&max=<value> is provided it will be useful.


what should be used in the path. The path in the output of the first command does not work..

When any of the suggested (changes, Browse, history) is used the error repository not found appears.

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lpater Atlassian Team Sep 18, 2013

Hi Ganesh,

The rest-service/repositories-v1/change, rest-service/repositories-v1/changes, rest-service/repositories-v1/content resources in Crucible are only relevant for repositories that are managed by a Crucible SCM plugin.

For repositories managed natively, you will need ot use the FishEye resources - you'll probably want to use the revisionData-v1 ones: https://docs.atlassian.com/fisheye-crucible/latest/wadl/fisheye.html#d2e4.

Best regards,

Łukasz Pater

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