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SCM list all project folder/structure inside a component


John Bryan Sazon (341823) | asked Aug 13 '13, 11:28 p.m.
 Hi is this possible on scm command?

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Surya Tripathi (65017) | answered Aug 14 '13, 2:58 a.m.
edited Aug 14 '13, 2:59 a.m.
You can try this command -
lscm list remotefiles component <component>  -r  <repository> -u <user> -P <password>

Help for: lscm list remotefiles

Purpose:
  Displays the files and folders that are in a remote workspace. Items are shown
  in depth-first ordering.

Aliases: rf, remote

Usage: lscm list remotefiles [options] <selector> <component> [remotePath]

  selector   - The workspace, stream, snapshot, or baseline (name[@repo],
               alias, or UUID[@repo]) whose remote files are to be listed.
               Specify one of --workspace, --snapshot or --baseline. By
               default the selector will refer to a workspace.
  component  - The component for which the remote files are listed.
  remotePath - The remote path that specifies the root of the list.

Options:
  --certificate arg          - The file that contains the user's login
                               certificate.
  --depth arg                - The maximum depth at which to query remote
                               paths. To list all paths, set the value of this
                               option to '-'.
  --smartCard                - Uses the connected smart card for
                               authentication.
  -b [--baseline]            - Indicates that the selector refers to a
                               baseline.
  -j [--json]                - Enables JSON output.
  -P [--password] arg        - The password for the repository.
  -r [--repository-uri] arg  - The URI that specifies the location of the
                               repository.
  -s [--snapshot]            - Indicates that the selector refers to a
                               snapshot.
  -u [--username] arg        - The username for the repository.
  -w [--workspace]           - Indicates that the selector refers to a
                               workspace or stream.
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