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Import from SVN into Jazz

R jose (2158) | asked Mar 13 '13, 1:40 a.m.
retagged Mar 15 '13, 3:54 p.m. by Hadar Hawk (1882214)

what version of dump file can I use to import to SVN? When I try to import into RTC 4.0 I get an error

"Unsupported dump file version: 3". Do I need lower version?

Also I was trying to import using the SVN repository view using RAD. But when I slect the project/trunk and click "import into jazz..", the window is not coming up.

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Matt Lennon (61225) | answered Mar 13 '13, 9:04 a.m.
edited Mar 13 '13, 9:05 a.m.
Hi Raj.

Dump file version 3 is the delta dump format:
"Version 3 format is a delta dump; text changes are represented as diffs against the original file, and properties as incremental changes to a persistent set (that is, a property section does not necessarily implicitly clear the property set on a path before the new property settings are evaluated). This change is a space optimization. It requires additional computing time to integrate the diff history. Version 3 is generated by SVN versions 1.1.0-present, if requested by the user."
The RTC SVN Importer does not support delta dumps. You need to create a new dump file from your SVN repository that is a regular dump, not a delta dump. I.e., don't use the "--deltas" flag.

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anoop mc commented Jul 14 '17, 4:00 a.m.
The below is the command we issued to create SVN dump not sure what you mean by --deltas flagĀ 

  1. C:\SVN-dump>svnrdump dump -r0:HEAD http://<svn_server>/svn/snv_test >test2.dmp

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