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Imports the dxw Support Rota into Productive.


Clone the repo

git clone git@github.com:dxw/support-rota-to-productive.git

Install the dependencies

Add the relevant environment variables

Copy .env.example to a file called .env and fill in the variables with some real info.

  • PRODUCTIVE_API_KEY a Productive API with read/write permissions
  • PRODUCTIVE_ACCOUNT_ID the account ID of the Productive organisation, you can
    find this in the url of every Productive request
  • SUPPORT_PROJECT_ID the ID of the project to which support time is added, this
    project will need to exist
  • SUPPORT_SERVICE_ID the ID of the service to which support time is added, this
    service will need to exist. Unfortunately there is no simple way to get this,
    you have to call the API https://api.productive.io/api/v2/services?&filter[project_id]=SUPPORT_PROJECT_ID
    and locate the relevant ID.

Run the task

This will do the following:

This will fetch all support project bookings from Productive and the Support Rota, deleting any that are
present in Productive, but not the Support Rota, and creating any that are present in the Support Rota,
but not Productive.

bundle exec rake support_rota_to_productive:import:run

Dry run

If you want to test the tool first, you can do a dry run, which will output the logs, but not
carry out any destructive actions like so.

bundle exec rake support_rota_to_productive:import:dry_run
√ GitHub – dxw/support-rota-to-productive – Reviews
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