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how to inject a baseline

Mohammed AlKhualaifi (1111) | asked Mar 20 '13, 4:09 a.m.

The current baseline is 2 , but I revert to baseline 1 and made changes concerns baseline 1

how can I update this baseline without accepting incoming  changes from others.

Tim Mok commented Mar 20 '13, 4:13 p.m.

Can you clarify what you want to do? You can't update a baseline because it's immutable once it's created. You can change the name or description of it but the change sets in the baseline are frozen.

Mohammed AlKhualaifi commented Mar 21 '13, 4:25 a.m.

 Dear Tim, we have a project and we delivered a new release and created baseline (B1). 

and we started to develop a new release on baseline B1. The quality team reported number of bugs related (B1) and its major bugs.

So I created new workspace and loaded the baseline (B1) and fixed the bugs , still I cannot deliver the fixed bugs before i accept the incoming changes from jazz which its not related to B1 And the same time we dont want any developer reverting to B1 without the fixed bugs change set.....
I hope now you will help us Tim 

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Ralph Schoon (63.1k33646) | answered Mar 21 '13, 7:00 a.m.
Mohammed, you would usually use your own stream that is initially based on the baseline. You would flow your repository workspace against that and deliver the fixes there. Since you work against it, there are no incoming changes. At some point in time if you want to integrate the changes from another stream (original one) back, you would change your flow target to that stream and accept and merge changes in. Some relevant articles below.

You could basically create an empty Stream e.g. BaseLine1 Fixing and flow our workspace to it. Then you have your bugfix stream and you can decide what to do with changes on the original stream.

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