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scm commands to see incoming change sets at stream level from other stream

Hari Prasad (3133) | asked Apr 09 '13, 11:20 a.m.
edited Apr 09 '13, 11:39 a.m. by Ralph Schoon (62.9k33645)
There are two stream say StreamA and StreamB, and StreamB has flow targets from StreamA,
When there are workitems delivered to StreamA, they do appear in Pending changes, as incoming items from StreamA to StreamB, in the eclipse client.

We "scm status" commands to see the "Pending changes" from/to Stream in a workspace, like wise are there scm commands to see the incoming items from one stream into another stream, in-order to accept/reject them into the stream.

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Ralph Schoon (62.9k33645) | answered Apr 09 '13, 11:38 a.m.
edited Apr 09 '13, 11:40 a.m.
I am not sure I understand the question, if you want to see incoming changes from another stream using the command line, you need to change the workspace flowtarget (this is actually a command see

Please find the SCM commandline in the help. It actually lists all the commands. Please be aware that the link below is for 4.0.1

Earlier versions might have less functionality, since a bunch were implemented for 4.x. You should always tell us the version you refer to, since that might create a big difference.

Hari Prasad commented Apr 10 '13, 12:58 a.m.

  Hello Ralph,We are using RTC clients ( both Eclipse and CLI clients)

Please refer the screen shot attached ViewPendingChangesFromOneStreamToAnother
My question is using scm commands how to see incoming changes in a stream coming from another stream.(The stream where I would like to see the incoming changes has flow targets set to another stream). "scm status", Shows modification status of items in a workspace.(As per RTC Info center ).But my question is, Are there scm commands to show modifcation status of items in a stream?

Ralph Schoon commented Apr 10 '13, 3:09 a.m.

Hi Hari, is the documentation you are looking for then.

I seem to be unable to see the screenshot, however from your description, you want to see the differences of a stream compared to a workspace. This is similar to doing it in the UI, you basically change the target of the workspace to the other stream and run a scm status against the current flow target. See for the documentation.

Hari Prasad commented Apr 10 '13, 4:37 a.m.

Hello Ralph, You can also refer  the question "Merging only selected work items from a stream to a child stream".I also have the exact requirement, but looking for scm commands to see the pending changes.

Ralph Schoon commented Apr 10 '13, 4:45 a.m.

I provided all information I am able to.

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