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Trying to use OSLC to move an element or a package to a different place, but there’s no documentation for updating a resource’s parent (based on and the examples). The updating operation only deals with its listed features internally, so I cannot find a way to move it to a different place (e.g, move it one level up in the tree structure).
1. When creating a new resource, the `ss:parentresourceidentifier` is required. Is there an optional one where we can use to specify the parent location in updating operation?
2. `ss:parentresourceidentifier` is in the http://model/oslc/am/rs/cfresouce (resource shape for create) but not in http://model/oslc/am/resource (resource shape for update)
3. If not, is there workaround to get the same effect for moving a resource (preserving the relationships and all properties etc of the item being moved)?

If OSLC supports updating resource's parent, the workflow can be more automated and easily integrated.

Thank you!

Bugs and Issues / Can't create tagged values via OSLC
« on: May 19, 2023, 06:04:33 pm »
Short description of issue: I can not create a tagged value for a package or element based on the OSLC documentation. The similar error messages appear when I use the creation factory endpoints to create a discussion. However, I can create a new element or package, and update the tagged value once it's created.

PCS version is 5.1.123 iirc and OS is Windows10 Enterprise

The error message:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf="" xmlns:oslc="">
        <oslc:message>'ss:taggedvalue' is not a valid Enterprise Architect Creation Factory Resource</oslc:message>

Io check the service provider info from http://<modelname>/oslc/am/sp/ and can see that the taggedvalue is indeed in the oslc:CreationFactory which should not result the error message above.

Any advice is appreciated!

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