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is there a clearfsimport feature for RTC


Tony Gyepi-Garbrah (5511418) | asked May 08 '13, 11:03 a.m.
 I prefer to import several change items, folders to a RTC Work Stream Project. I wanted to know whether there is a clearfsimport utility or feature that I can utilize for RTC?

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Josh Crawford (984515) | answered May 08 '13, 11:37 a.m.
 Hi Tony,  if you create an empty project in Eclipse, you can then use File > Import > General > File System you can point to that directory structure and import that into the eclipse project you just made.  You can then share that into your Jazz repository. 
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Tony Gyepi-Garbrah commented May 08 '13, 11:50 a.m.

Josh, Thank you again for the quick answer. In my case I will making updates to an existing project. I wanted to know if I can do this through a comand line interface.  


Josh Crawford commented May 08 '13, 3:06 p.m.

Hi Tony, you can use scm checkin to commit a new directory structure to a project that has been shared to Jazz.  For example I put a directory called OpenSSL-Win64 into a component and it checks in everything in that directory. 


D:\rtcinstalls\RTC-Client-Win-3.0.1.5\jazz\scmtools\eclipse>scm checkin JKEBusinessData\OpenSSL-Win64
Committing...
Workspace: (1057) "JCBRM" <-> (1041) "BRM Stream"
  Component: (1043) "Banking Logic" <-> (1041) "BRM Stream"
    Outgoing:
      Change sets:
        (1069)  *--@  <No comment>
          Changes:
            --a-- \JKEBusinessData\OpenSSL-Win64\
            --a-- \JKEBusinessData\OpenSSL-Win64\bin\
            --a-- \JKEBusinessData\OpenSSL-Win64\bin\4758


Tony Gyepi-Garbrah commented May 13 '13, 12:05 p.m.

Josh; thank you for the information. This is helpful, and I will try this once I get access. In my case I will not have access to the jazz team server. This may be a limitation of my access level.

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