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scm deliver command is requesting every time a comment, workitem or change set


Sergio González (345) | asked Jun 03 '13, 5:45 a.m.
I am trying to execute the next command:
scm deliver -r https://MyServer:9443/ccm/ -u USER -P PASSWORD -s WorkSpace_Name
because I want to deliver every change in my WorkSpace to the stream by default. But I receive the next message:

Nombre: Entregar
Informes de participante:
Nombre: Conjuntos de cambios descriptivos
Es necesario asociar un elemento de trabajo o solicitud de cambio con el conjunto de cambios o debe configurarse un comentario.
"It is necessary associate an work item or change request with change set or you must set a comment"
Problema al ejecutar 'deliver':
Ha fallado 'Entregar'. No se han cumplido las condiciones previas: Es necesario asociar un elemento de trabajo o solicitud de cambio con el conjunto de cambios o debe configurarse un comentario.


I check the options for scm deliver command, and I have not found options related neither comments or workitem. For that I tried using "-c 1020" option (This is my change set name), but I continue with the same problem and same message.

How can I deliver every changes in my Workspace to the stream by default?
Maybe I do not find correctly, Which are the options for deliver in this case?

Note: I could see in JazzNet some articles about that, and the people are using API, or some RTC properties. I am not neither RTC expert or Java expert, for that I try to avoid these practices.

Thank you in advance.

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Anurag Rajput (8011522) | answered Jun 03 '13, 5:57 a.m.
edited Jun 03 '13, 6:08 a.m.
 Hi Sergio,
 
If you don't want to associate work item and comment then for that you need to remove the Precondition Plugin "Required Work items and  Comments" from Operation Behavior.

Regards,
Anurag Rajput

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Sergio González commented Jun 03 '13, 6:07 a.m. | edited Jun 03 '13, 11:09 a.m.

Thank you Anurag and Sridevi. I think I go to try associating one workitem to the changeset, becasue there are more control about the promotions.

Thank you so much.


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Sridevi Sangaiah (59179) | answered Jun 03 '13, 6:02 a.m.
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Hi Sergio,
To get rid of the specified error you should either associate a workitem with the changeset that you want to deliver or you should provide a comment on the changeset that you want to deliver and then run the deliver command. You can associate a workitem to the change set that you want to deliver using the "scm changeset associate" command. You can set a comment on the change set using the "scm changeset comment" command.
Cheers,
Sridevi
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