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lscm check in command

Sean Burke (3789123205) | asked Sep 18 '13, 5:11 p.m.
edited Sep 18 '13, 5:48 p.m.
 I am trying to get a directory checked in and delivered using the command line.  I am getting an error running t the check in and I don't see how to troubleshoot this. c:/test1 is the directory with the .jazz5 file.  It was where the file was loaded to.  

The error is "Missing arguments to the sub command -path"

Tried the following commands and am already logged in

lscm checkin –d C:/test1

lscm checkin –d C:/test1 -n jazz

lscm checkin -path C:/test1

When running lscm checkin C:/test1.     i get problem running checkin.  Could not register sandbox

Am I missing putting the repository workspace into this command?  

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Shashikant Padur (4.2k27) | answered Sep 18 '13, 11:40 p.m.
Try stepping into the directory c:\test1 and running 'lscm checkin ." or
Try running 'lscm checkin -d C:\test1 .'
In both the above statements '.' is the path.

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