StarTeam SDK - Sample Applications
Welcome to the StarTeam SDK sample applications.
This document provides a description of
the sample applications included with StarTeam SDK.
For additional information about using the StarTeam APIs please refer to the
in the StarTeam SDK program group.
|ListItems||An application that displays information about the Items in a StarTeam repository. Command-line versions are provided in Java and C++. A Microsoft Active Server Pages (ASP) web application is also provided.|
|AssignCRs||An application that allows a user to re-assign responsibility for selected Change Requests in the StarTeam repository. Implemented as a command-line program written in Java.|
|FindReopenCRs||An application that finds and lists all Change Requests in a StarTeam repository that were closed and then re-opened at some point in their history. Implemented as a command-line program written in Java.|
|EventMonitor||An application that displays information about events relevant to a given StarTeam server as they occur. Demonstrates how to use the StarTeam MPX event-handling APIs. Implemented as a command-line program written in Java.|
|CRWatcher||A simple application that creates a few Change Requests, and waits for the corresponding itemAdded events. Compares StarTeam MPX event-handling in several popular programming languages. Implemented in Java, Visual Basic, JScript, and C++.|
|ConvertVault||An application that can set configuration options to start or stop the background vault conversion process. Implemented as a command-line program written in Java.|
|ViewCompareMerge||An application that displays information about differences between the contents of the two most recent build labels in a view in a StarTeam Repository. Implemented as a command-line program written in Java.|
These applications are only intended to provide examples of what can be accomplished using StarTeam's JAVA and COM application programming interfaces (APIs).
Borland does not guarantee the operability of these applications and does not provide technical support for them.
Borland is not responsible for data loss or damage caused by the use of these sample applications.
For more information about Borland’s developer support services, see our web site at support.borland.com. From the Web site, you can access many newsgroups where StarTeam users exchange information, tips and techniques.
Refer also to the Borland Community site at support.borland.com/community. It provides access to lots of information, articles, code examples, and upcoming news about StarTeam.