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Re: [lyo-dev] [EXTERNAL] Re: DoorsOauthSample query with wildcards

Yep, this would be a crude but usable solution except...DOORS 9 does not support full text search.

As it stands the only way to add this sort of out of spec functionality is to implement it yourself using DXL services.
( http://www-01.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSYQBZ_9.6.0/com.ibm.doors.install.doc/topics/r_dxl_services.html ).

If I remember correctly you'll need an admin user to add the service.

The service itself would be reasonably straightforward to someone familiar with DXL:
parse the URL
open the requested module
apply a filter
loop over the objects in the view getting their URLs
return the list of URLs to the consumer (setDxlServiceResult)

Cheers,
Graeme.



From:        Paul Slauenwhite <paules@xxxxxxxxxx>
To:        Lyo project developer discussions <lyo-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>,
Date:        28/05/2015 18:04
Subject:        Re: [lyo-dev] [EXTERNAL] Re: DoorsOauthSample query with wildcards
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Hi Robert,

Looks like this is a limitation in the OSLC 2.0 query syntax (
http://open-services.net/bin/view/Main/OSLCCoreSpecQuery).  A crude work-around would be to use a full text search (oslc.searchTerms).

Thanks,
Paul

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From:
Robert Kerr <rakerr@xxxxxxxxxx>
To:
<lyo-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date:
05/28/2015 01:27 PM
Subject:
Re: [lyo-dev] [EXTERNAL] Re: DoorsOauthSample query with wildcards
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Ouch.

Did they have any suggestions for a work-around?

Thanks

-robert

On 5/28/2015 5:56 AM, Paul Slauenwhite wrote:
>
> Hi Robert,
>
> According to the DOORS 9 Team, wildcards are not supported in the OSLC
> RM V2 implementation in DOORS 9.
>
> Thanks,
> Paul
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> Inactive hide details for Robert Kerr ---05/27/2015 09:35:11 PM---Hi,
> I've spend most of my day today trying to figure out how Robert Kerr
> ---05/27/2015 09:35:11 PM---Hi, I've spend most of my day today trying
> to figure out how to use
>
> From: Robert Kerr <rakerr@xxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <lyo-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: 05/27/2015 09:35 PM
> Subject: [lyo-dev] DoorsOauthSample query with wildcards
> Sent by: lyo-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>
>
>
> Hi,
> I've spend most of my day today trying to figure out how to use
> wildcards in the lyo DoorsOauthSample project.
> I can query for a specific identifier:
>
> queryParams.setPrefix("dcterms=<
http://purl.org/dc/terms/>");
> queryParams.setWhere("dcterms:identifier=\"58\"");
>
> and I can query for a specific title:
>
> queryParams.setPrefix("dcterms=<
http://purl.org/dc/terms/>");
> queryParams.setWhere("dcterms:title=\"Weather\""); //Returns one result
>
> but I want to be able to find all the items that have "Weather" in their
> description.  I was hoping for something like:
>
> queryParams.setWhere("dcterms:title=\"*Weather*\"");
>
> but it doesn't return any results.
>
>
> It doesn't help that the example in the code-base:
>
> //SCENARIO A: Run a query for all Requirements modified since 08/02/2010
> with OSLC paging of 10 items per
>                 //page turned on and list the members of the result
> OslcQueryParameters queryParamsN = new
> OslcQueryParameters("dcterms:modified>=\"2010-08-01T21:51:40.979Z\"xsd:dateTime",null,null,
> null,"dcterms=<
http://purl.org/dc/terms/>");
> OslcQuery queryN = new OslcQuery(client, queryCapability, 10,
> queryParamsN);
> OslcQueryResult resultN = queryN.submit();
>
> doesn't return any results.
>
> Can someone perchance give some guidance?
>
> Thanks
>
>
> --
> -bob
>
> Q: What would be the best language to build a crawler out of?
> A: Jawa
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