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How to create a changeset explicitly in RTC scm?


shuai jie wang (122) | asked Oct 30 '13, 3:12 a.m.
retagged Dec 16 '13, 4:04 p.m. by David Lafreniere (4.3k7)

In RTC scm, when I first checkin a file to workspace, a new changeset is created, but subsequent checkin all go into this same changeset, how can I create a second changeset when I checkin another file?

That is, suppose I modified two files, f1 and f2. After checkin f1, changeset c1 is automatically created by RTC, when I checkin f2, I want it to go to another changeset instead of c1, how can I achieve it?

Thanks.

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Ralph Schoon (55.5k23642) | answered Oct 30 '13, 3:26 a.m.
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Hi,

you can do that by doing check in->new Changeset if you check in manually. Or you can click on the component and select New->Changeset.
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shuai jie wang commented Oct 30 '13, 3:27 a.m. | edited Oct 30 '13, 3:29 a.m.

Thanks for your answer.
I am using scm.sh , not eclipse, so is there some scm.sh command that can achieve this?
Thanks.


Ralph Schoon commented Oct 30 '13, 3:42 a.m.
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Please be more explicit in your questions and tagging, to make it easier to understand your questions and create a correct answer. Also the version you are using would help.

You can search in the online help to find the SCM command and all its sub commands.

In the upcoming version the syntax has been rearranged:
https://jazz.net/help-dev/clm/topic/com.ibm.team.scm.doc/topics/r_scm_cli_scm.html

and you can use scm create changeset


shuai jie wang commented Oct 30 '13, 4:00 a.m. | edited Oct 30 '13, 3:52 p.m.

Case solved. Using scm.sh create changeset.

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