1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 23, 2012 3:19 PM by Misi Mladoniczky

    c# Create application to show upcoming Changes in Remedy Change Management

      Hi everyone,

      I have done some remedy integrations recently using the HPD forms, and the  BMC.ARsystem api, to create and close a ticket

      I would like to create an application that would query Remedy Change management to show at a table with information all changes that eg would be schedlued for this weekend coming.


      To be honest i am really not even sure where to start for the change management, At the moment i cannot even return 1 feild into a string.


      Really sorry for asking but does anyone know how or if what i am asking has been done before.




      FieldValueList fieldValues = new FieldValueList();

                  EntryListFieldList EntryFieldList = new EntryListFieldList();

                  EntryFieldValueList EntryFieldValueList = new EntryFieldValueList();

                  EntryFieldValue EntryFieldValue = new EntryFieldValue();



                  BMC.ARSystem.Server ARSServer = new BMC.ARSystem.Server();

                  string ARSServerName = "remedyserver";

                  string ARUser = "#######";

                  string ARPassword = "#########";

                  ARSServer.Login(ARSServerName, ARUser, ARPassword, "", 5000);

                  string strSQL;

                  //strSQL = "'Change ID'" + "=" + "\"" + changeInput.Text + "\"";

                  strSQL = "'Change ID*+'" + "=" + "\"" + changeInput.Text + "\"";





                 EntryFieldList.AddField(1000000358);                                       //earliest start date



                 EntryFieldValueList = ARSServer.GetListEntryWithFields("CHG:Infrastructure Change", strSQL, EntryFieldList, 0, 5000);


          foreach (EntryFieldValue entryFieldValue in EntryFieldValueList)

                 //     {

                      earlieststartdate = entryFieldValue.FieldValues[1000000358].ToString();

                  label1.Text = earlieststartdate;

                 //     }