Ruby TeamSite is a gem library for interfacing with Autonomy Interwoven TeamSite that is normal done through TeamSite Perl Modules or TeamSite Command Line Tools. You will need a licensed copy of Autonomy Interwoven TeamSite in order to use this gem.
This gem is currently under development. Not all methods availible in the TeamSite Perl Modules or TeamSite Command Line Tools have been built in but will be in future releases. If you have any issues or questions about this gem please post them to the Issues section of this gem gitHub page: github.com/bacrossland/ruby_teamsite
Ruby TeamSite has been written only for version 6.7.1 SP1 and greater of TeamSite on Linux and Solaris servers. Windows is not supported at this time (mainly because I don't have access to a version on Windows).
Ruby TeamSite will work with Ruby 1.8.7 and greater as well as Rails 2.3.* and Rails 3.0.* and greater.
To install Ruby TeamSite run the following gem command.
gem install ruby_teamsite
Documentation in rdoc form will be added to the next and subsequent releases.
To use this gem you must require it and then create a new object of either TeamSite, WFworkflow, or WFtask. WFworkflow and WFtask require a valid TeamSite job id and task id respectively to work. You can not create a blank workflow or task by just calling the “new” method (this may change in the future). Unlike the TeamSite Perl Modules there is no need to refresh or recreate the workflow or task object after executing a method that modifies them (ex: add_file). The results are available immediately. For example, if you add or remove files from a task you can then run the “files” method and see the result. require 'ruby_teamsite' ts = RubyTeamSite::TeamSite.new ts.iwhome # Return the location that TeamSite is installed in. ts.version # Return the TeamSite version. ts.lock(file_path,comment,[ownerid]) # Have TeamSite lock a file. Comment is required but sending a blank is acceptable. ts.unlock(file_path) # Have TeamSite unlock a file. ts.file_state(file_path) # Return file state in a hash. wf = RubyTeamSite::WFworkflow.new(job_id) wf.name # Return the name of the workflow. wf.id # Return the id of the workflow. wf.creator # Return the name of the workflow creator. wf.owner # Return the name of the workflow owner. wf.description # Return the description of the workflow. wf.xml # Return the XML output of the workflow. wf.variables # Return a hash of variables for this workflow. The key is the name of the variable and the value is its value. task = RubyTeamSite::WFtask.new(task_id) task.name # Return the name of the task. task.id # Return the id of the task. task.type # Return the type of the task. task.xml # Return the XML output of the task. task.areavpath # Return the areavpath of the task. task.callback # Callback to the workflow system to transition an external or cgi task. task.success([msg]) # Callback with success to the workflow system to transition an external or cgi task to it's success successor. Message for transition is optional. task.failure([msg]) # Callback with failure to the workflow system to transition an external or cgi task to it's failure successor. Message for transition is optional. task.add_file(file_path,comment) # Add a file to the task. Comment is required but sending a blank is acceptable. task.remove_file(file_path) # Remove a file to the task. task.files # Return an array of files attached to this task.
Ruby TeamSite relies on Nokogiri for parsing XML of workflows. If you do not have Nokogiri installed it should install when you install Ruby TeamSite. Ruby TeamSite uses Nokogiri 1.4.4 or greater. You can learn more about Nokogiri here: nokogiri.org/
Ruby TeamSite is released under the MIT license. A copy of it is provided in the LICENSE.txt file and below.
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