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How to use DataCollectionService API

Hi Experts,

I am trying to do DataCollection using DataCollectionService API. I am using the following code snippet for doing it. However I am not able to do it. I did not find method to set operationRef,SfcRef,ResourceRef.etc. Please suggest me the direction.

CreateParametricMeasure createParametricMeasure = new CreateParametricMeasure();

createParametricMeasure.setActual("");

createParametricMeasure.setMeasureGroup("");

createParametricMeasure.setMeasureName("");

createParametricMeasure.setDcParameterRef("");

createParametricMeasure.setEditedUserRef("");

List<CreateParametricMeasure> createParametricMeasureList = new ArrayList();

createParametricMeasureList.add(createParametricMeasure);

CreateParametricRequest createParametricRequest = new CreateParametricRequest();

createParametricRequest.setParametricMeasureList(createParametricMeasureList);

dataCollectionService.createParametricData(createParametricRequest);

Thanks in advance.

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  • Posted on May 02, 2012 at 03:12 PM

    Refs are like GUIDs, you can't build them* - you must look them up with finder APIs or use Refs returned from other API calls.

    What error are you getting? Are there errors in the NW logs?

    -tim

    *if you're a long-time ME/VM user and see the resemblance between a Ref and the UNSUPPORTED Handle class, keep that to yourself. 😉

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      Hi Tim,

      Thanks for reply,

      I am doing it in an Activity Hook at POST_START hook point. From dto object I am getting the Ref using unspported handles , like OperationBOHandle etc.

      now my concern is that how can I use the above API. sample code snippet would be helpful.

      Thanks

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