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Issue (Maintenance) Class

An Issue is either a Change or a Defect, is associated with the containing element, and is accessed through the Issues collection of an element.

Associated table in .EAP file

t_objectproblems

Issue Attributes

Attribute

Remarks

See also

DateReported

Date

Notes: Read/Write

The date the issue was reported.

DateResolved

Date

Notes: Read/Write

The date the issue was resolved.

ElementID

Long

Notes: Read/Write

The ID of the element associated with this issue.

Name

String

Notes: Read/Write

The Issue name; that is, the Issue itself.

Notes

String

Notes: Read/Write

The Issue description.

ObjectType

ObjectType

Notes: Read only

Distinguishes objects referenced through a Dispatch interface.

ObjectType

Priority

String

Notes: Read/Write

The priority of the Issue - Low, Medium or High.

Reporter

String

Notes: Read/Write

The user ID of the person reporting the issue.

Resolver

String

Notes: Read/Write

The user ID of the person resolving the issue.

ResolverNotes

String

Notes: Read/Write

Notes entered by the resolver about resolution of the Issue.

Severity

String

Notes: Read/Write

The Issue severity - Low, Medium or High.

Status

String

Notes: Read/Write

The current status of the issue.

Type

Variant

Notes: Read/Write

The Issue type - Defect, Change, Issue or ToDo.

Version

String

Notes: Read/Write

The version associated with the issue. Note that this method is only available through a Dispatch interface.

Object ob = Issue;

Print ob.Version;

Issue Methods

Method

Remarks

See also

GetLastError()

String

Notes: Returns a string value describing the most recent error that occurred in relation to this object.

Update()

Boolean

Notes: Updates the current Issue object after modification or appending a new item.

If False is returned, check the 'GetLastError()' function for more information.