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How do I know which is first if the timestamps of two changesets are same

samuel wang (321823) | asked Aug 13 '14, 10:41 a.m.
edited Aug 13 '14, 10:41 a.m.
What is the default order of changeset list, how do I know which is first if the timestamps of two changesets  are same, for example:
C:\dataRTCAdmin>lscm -a n -u y list changesets -r xxx:9443/ccm -w RTCStream
Change sets:
  (_f1GvgCLxEeSMTpuWSST5xA) ----$ user2 "test" 13-Aug-2014 09:55 AM
  (_bKVCeSLxEeSMTpuWSST5xA) ----$ user1 "test" 13-Aug-2014 09:55 AM

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Winston Enos (33116) | answered Aug 13 '14, 11:27 a.m.
edited Aug 13 '14, 11:28 a.m.
samuel wang,

Both the command-line and the Eclipse history view use ascending order for date (most recent changeset is at the top, oldest changeset is at the bottom.) I don't believe you can get anymore granular on the date it reports and the new RTC 5.0 versioning only applies directly to versionables like files.

Change sets:
  (1438:_pm22ZAa2EeSoZb4hDFKBcw) ----$ Winston Enos "Merges - Copyright merges" 08-Jul-2014 11:45 AM
  (1437:_hQ1mEQFlEeSoZb4hDFKBcw) ----$ Winston Enos "Add Coverity and Fortify build paths" 03-Jul-2014 12:21 PM
  (1436:_mkpNsQCXEeSoZb4hDFKBcw) ----$ Winston Enos "Update copyrights to 2014" 30-Jun-2014 05:14 PM

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