Ceate Work-Item(s) from Wiki-Form

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Ceate Work-Item(s) from Wiki-Form

Postby thk007 » Wed Mar 10, 2010 7:55 am


is it possible to create a Wiki-Form for creation of connected Work-Items? E.g. I want to create a changerequest-WI and (depending on some checkboxes) one to n task-WIs below the changerequest WI.


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Re: Ceate Work-Item(s) from Wiki-Form

Postby NickEntin » Thu Mar 11, 2010 10:53 am

Hi Thomas,

I'm not sure I understood you well:
- do you want on creation of linked WI open a Wiki page to define additional parameters?
- or you want to create WI from a wiki page so-to-say individually.

Second is possible via Velocity programming against Polarion API.
For the first I hardly imagine how this could work, so my initial answer is no.

Please note that creation of 1-to-n subitems automatically (depending e.g. on checkboxes of the custom fields of your CR is possible without involving of any Wiki).
As an entry point you may check http://extensions.polarion.com/polarion/extensions/extension.jsp?extension=PE-22.
Of course you may provide additional checks of custom fields (checkboxes) set in the Change Request and vary creation of subitems consequentially.

Best regards,

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Re: Ceate Work-Item(s) from Wiki-Form

Postby thk007 » Fri Oct 29, 2010 10:39 am


thank you. The second one is what I want to do.

In the meantime I managed to read an existing workitem and I managed to create and save a new workitem thru a Wikipage.
But: I was not able to set my own description (plain text) for this new workitem.
Whatever I do: the resulting wi does not contain my description!

Can anybody give me an example where and how to add the description?

This is what already works:

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  #set($newWorkItem = $trackerService.createWorkItem($project))
  $newWorkItem.setTitle("My Titel")

Thank you!


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