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RTC - Flow targets

Dhruva Kumar (532932) | asked Apr 27 '14, 11:09 p.m.
Hi All,

I have two stream, stream A, Stream B, Stream A is development stream, stream B is for build and release activity.

Want to changes from stream A to stream B, in stream B, added stream A as flow targets,  but the changes are not reflecting in stream B, still stream B shows old baslines, whereas stream A having more baseline.

Created one workspace for Stream B, in that workspace, added stream A as flow targets, it shows all latest changes and baselines, but when checked the same in RTC server that, project area -> Source Control-> Streams, stream B, all latest baselines are not reflecting.

sam detweiler commented Apr 27 '14, 11:30 p.m.

Just because you have the targets set does not make the changes flow. You must do deliver operations to flow changes from A to B. 

Dhruva Kumar commented Apr 27 '14, 11:48 p.m.

Development team delivers their code in stream A, when created local workspace for stream B,added stream A in flow target, changes made in stream A, will appear as incoming changes, accepted the changes from stream A, able to see latest baselines, but new latest baselines for Stream B is not reflecting, that is under project area -> Source Control -> Streams. How can get those latest baselines.

Dhruva Kumar commented Apr 28 '14, 12:31 a.m.

in development streams, base lines were created by build(snapshot created by automate build). these baselines are not updating in stream B. Please provide suggestions.

Dhruva Kumar commented Apr 28 '14, 12:50 a.m.

got the solution, now stream reflecting latest baselines.

Ralph Schoon commented Apr 28 '14, 3:24 a.m.

Please provide your solution as answer and I will accept it.

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Dhruva Kumar (532932) | answered Apr 28 '14, 3:29 a.m.
Right click on target stream show -> Pending changes, shows all incoming changes.After accepting the incoming changes able to see all latest baselines.

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sam detweiler commented Apr 28 '14, 8:34 a.m. | edited Apr 28 '14, 8:38 a.m.


Deliver if looking from A -> B,

or Accept if looking from B->A

without a workspace in between you must deliver/accept all changes
using an intermediate workspace allows you to be selective (within constraints of course)

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