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Deleting iProject does not delete SRCPF

Spencer Murata (2.3k115971) | asked Apr 26 '13, 11:24 a.m.
To reproduce the problem:
1. Create a new iProject and a SRCPF.  Pushed to IBM i and shared iProject and built a snapshot A.                                       
2. Delete the iProject and build a new snapshot B.                     
3. Make a build to load the source from snapshot A to B.               
4. Run the build and find that SRCPF is still on the IBM i.

Is it possible to delete the SRCPF when the iProject is deleted?

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Spencer Murata (2.3k115971) | answered Apr 26 '13, 11:46 a.m.
This behavior has been changed in the latest version of RTC.  Now when an IBM i Project is deleted and a build run for all IBM i projects detected that were deleted we delete all the members from that IBM i Project.  For now, for a work around you can do the following:

If you need to delete an iProject it must be done in 2 steps:           
1) Delete all the members and the SRCPF.  Deleting a SRCPF will also delete it in the mapped library as well as any other members in it.  If you only want some members, then delete only the members.           
2) After a build is run with the changes above, use Team/Delete in Repository action to delete the project. Once the project is deleted, no actions will be tried against it.      
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