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RE: Is there a way to extract model count based on a path in repository from TDM?

Hi, Are you using an account with administrative privileges ? As you can see from the attached screenshot the project id and version id should be visible through this API call. These are the only metrics exposed through the API . The creation / modified Dates arent exposed through the...


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RE: Is there a way to extract model count based on a path in repository from TDM?

Hi Keith, I did try with versionId you suggested and it did work. I am unable to see VersionId and ProjectId when hit API = /api/ca/v1/dataflows with no projectid or version id. Is there a way to add extra fields in response? I need more details in getVisualFlowDetailsUsingGET call, like...


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RE: Is there a way to extract model count based on a path in repository from TDM?

Hi, Can you use the versionid 2708, the default version is created automatically when creating a new project so these ids are normally sequential. Regards Keith -- Regards Keith Puzey Client Services Consultant | Enterprise Software Division Broadcom --


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RE: Is there a way to extract model count based on a path in repository from TDM?

Hi, If you use this API = /api/ca/v1/dataflows with no projectid or version id the response will show all the visual flows including the project id and version id. This is an example from my system, in your example you are using the version name not the version id. Hope this...


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RE: Is there a way to extract model count based on a path in repository from TDM?

Hi Keith, I did try this. But looks like versionId only accepts integers and I did not find any version configured in our project via GET /api/ca/v1/projects/(projectId).


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RE: Is there a way to extract model count based on a path in repository from TDM?

Hi, I just tried this and your correct if you just use the project id all the models are returned, if you use the projectid and versionid you will see the filtered response. Can you try this on your environment? Regards Keith -- Regards Keith Puzey Client Services Consultant | Enterprise...


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RE: Is there a way to extract model count based on a path in repository from TDM?

hi Keith, Thank you very much. You are a savior. I did try hitting a couple of them. I was able to login successfully but the filtering on /dataflows doesn't seem to be working. I get same response each time with different/ no query parameters GET https://<<redacted server>>:8443...