cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

Java API not working after upgrading to Integrity 10.9

Highlighted
Newbie

Java API not working after upgrading to Integrity 10.9

Hi all,

we have just upgraded integrity to 10.9 from 10.6 and surprisingly java API is not working.

I am using same mksapi.jar to connect to integrity which I used it on 10.6, is this problem?

or I am using wrong minor and major version number for upgraded system@? below is sample code which fails and gives error :

    

     Error  :com.mks.api.response.APIConnectionException: Failed to establish a session: Session not authenticated/authorized.


My credentials are correct and using which I can log in through integrity Client GUI.

Code :

 

public void test_9009()

  {

  Session session = null;

  try

  {

  String itemID = "1234";

  IntegrationPoint ip = IntegrationPointFactory.getInstance().createIntegrationPoint("integritytst.myorg.com", 9009, true, 4, 12);

  session = ip.createSession("USERNAME_HERE", "PASSWORD_HERE");

  CmdRunner cmdRunner = session.createCmdRunner();

  Command cmd = new Command(Command.IM, "viewissue");

  cmd.addSelection(itemID);

  //printCommand(cmd);

  Response response = cmdRunner.execute(cmd);

  WorkItemIterator wit = response.getWorkItems();

  while (wit.hasNext())

  {

  System.out.println("****************************WorkItem********************************");

  WorkItem wi = wit.next();

  Iterator fit = wi.getFields();

  while (fit.hasNext())

  {

  Field field = (Field) fit.next();

  System.out.println("\t" + field.getName() + " --------->  " + field.getValueAsString() + "   DataType: " + field.getDataType());

  }

  }

  session.release();

  } catch (APIException | IOException e)

  {

  e.printStackTrace();

  System.err.println("Error  :" + e.getMessage());

  }

  finally

  {

  try

  {

  if (session != null)

  {

  System.err.println("Closing session............................");

  session.release();

  }

  } catch (IOException | APIException e)

  {

  System.err.println("unable to close session");

  }

  }

  }

3 REPLIES 3

Re: Java API not working after upgrading to Integrity 10.9

Hello Chinmay Jaiswal‌,

i am not sure if it is just missing in your example but i think you are missing some steps while establishing your connection to integrity. I think that is why you are getting the Error "Session not authenticated/authorized."

After you have created your cmdRunner you either need to set a default password / user or you need to give that info again for each command.

I usually give a default user and password and then connect to integrity.

You could try the following to establish a connection (your lines 12 - 14):

IntegrationPointFactory ipf = IntegrationPointFactory.getInstance();

IntegrationPoint ip = ipf.createIntegrationPoint("integritytst.myorg.com", 9009, true, 4, 12);

mySession = ip.createSession(userName, password);

cmdRunner = mySession.createCmdRunner();

cmdRunner.setDefaultUsername(userName);

cmdRunner.setDefaultPassword(password);

Command ConnectUser = new Command(Command.IM, "connect");

cmdRunner.execute(ConnectUser);

I'va used that code with 10.7 and 10.8.

Regards,

Dominik

Re: Java API not working after upgrading to Integrity 10.9

Hi Dominik Thierjung,

Code I mentioned is working well with 10.6 version of server but not with upgraded one(10.9).

Though I have tried with the solution you mentioned and still I am facing same issue.

Thanks,

Re: Java API not working after upgrading to Integrity 10.9

Hi Chinmay Jaiswal‌,

i've just noticed you try to set up a secure connection. Whithout that your code works for me (tested with 10.7 api-jar but version set to 4.12).

      IntegrationPoint ip = IntegrationPointFactory.getInstance().createIntegrationPoint("integritytst.myorg.com", 9009, true, 4, 12); 

Maybe you haven't set up your (new) certificate for your IDE yet?

Regards,

Dominik

Announcements