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Subject RE: XML-RPC client - getting build state by BuildId/BuildDefinition
Date Wed, 02 Aug 2006 21:45:22 GMT
I'm using continuum 1.0.3, and also the continuum-rpc-client v1.0.3.

Sorry for not including that originally.

Also, I noticed that project.getState() will return the state that shows on the Continuum
Projects page, which, has a bug and isn't always correct. 


-----Original Message-----
From: Andrew Williams []
Sent: Wed 8/2/2006 4:38 PM
Subject: Re: XML-RPC client - getting build state by BuildId/BuildDefinition
what version of continuum are you using?
XML-RPC has more in SVN that in 1.0.3

I have not yet updated the ProjectsReader to reflect, however.


On Wed, 2006-08-02 at 14:05 -0500, wrote:
> I tried playing with the java XML-RPC client for continuum, and had a couple questions.

> - For a given project, I would like to query the state of the most recent build for each
build definition. Is this possible? 
> - For a given project, what is contained in the list returned by project.getBuildResults()
? I always seem to get an empty list returned.
> - For the ProjectsReader, is the only way to get refreshProject() to work by giving it
a project with its ID set? Or are there other members that could be set instead? I tried setting
group/artifactId, which I figured would be unique, but I got a NPE instead.
> - Are javadocs published online anywhere for the XML-RPC client, let alone the rest of
continuum? I had trouble finding them.
> The reason I'm interested in this is because if you have a project with multiple build
definitions, continuum doesn't handle the notifications too well. If one definition constantly
results in a successful build, and the other in a failed/error build, you will continously
get notifications of "build success" and "build failure" since the build state is constantly
switching. It would be nice to be able to group a number of build definitions together as
a 'single build' for the purpose of build state. Until that's possible, I was hoping to grab
the right information and come to the proper conclusion using the xml-rpc client if possible.
> Thanks,
> Baron

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