Re: About querying bugs via LDAP
- To: email@example.com, Don Armstrong <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: About querying bugs via LDAP
- From: "Dario Minnucci (midget)" <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 01 Sep 2007 02:36:24 +0200
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Hi Don again,
Don Armstrong wrote:
> It's currently not possible to do a search like this (though this
> information is something that the bug tracking system uses itself to
> update its own set of indices.)
I guess the data field is accesible somewhere (on server side). Even though LDAP
bug record doesn't reflect this data, SOAP's query results returns
'log_modified' => '1188589143', for intance.
Is there any other access method to the bugs datasource(s) (apart from LDAP and
SOAP API (the only two I know at this moment) I should know about?.
I believe if the data is there, there is (or should be) a way to query it... or
am I wrong about this?.
Please, can you enlight me a bit more about the different available methods to
query BTS I can use to get the fields I need?
> I'd actually be more interesting in making remote databases less
> necessary than allowing this type of query (at least, alone; it would
> be valid to, given a list of bugs (or a query which returned one),
> only return those bugs which were modified after a specific time.)
Maybe I'm wrong again, but I consider that remote databases are necessary
nowadays to be able to join different data sources as BTS, DebTags, Popcon,
etc... and have a unique source able to return all the available data by a
single query event.
I'm learning a lot with your answers.
Dario Minnucci (a.k.a. midget)
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