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lscm list changesets is not returning changesets delivered by the archieved users?

Surender Biyyala (403748) | asked Aug 17 '15, 2:56 a.m.

I`m running the following command to get all the change sets till the given baseline.

lscm --show-uuid y list changesets -r repo -m 20000 -C component -b baseline

The command is not returning the change sets delivered by the archived user and i did not see any option to include those .

Is there any way to include the change sets delivered by the archived users?


Lily Wang commented Aug 17 '15, 4:07 a.m.

What's the RTC version you used? I don't have the issue with RTC 5.0.2.  The change sets delivered by archived users can be shown using "scm list changesets" in my environment.

Surender Biyyala commented Aug 17 '15, 4:41 a.m.

 I`m using RTC 4.0.5

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Arun K Sriramaiah (3.2k13277) | answered Aug 17 '15, 8:24 a.m.
 Hi Surender,

The scope of listing the changeset wrt below repository artifacts , but not wrt user

[-w/--workspace <arg>] [-C/--component <arg> [-b/--baseline <arg>]]

Check is the issue is same with RTC eclipse client ? and also try with lscm list changesets


Surender Biyyala commented Aug 17 '15, 8:58 a.m.

 Hi Arun,

I think this is bug with the scm tools. I`m able to see all the change sets in the eclipse client.


Surender Biyyala commented Aug 17 '15, 3:36 p.m.

 I tried the same command for other component which is having change sets delivered by the archived users and the command is working fine. I mean that is returning all the change sets which include the ones delivered by the archived users.

I found that it is returning exactly 512 change sets is there any reason.

I even mentioned -m 1000


Arun K Sriramaiah commented Aug 20 '15, 4:03 a.m.

Hi Surender,

-m is just for The maximum number of results that can be returned, but the component scope which you have used for listing changset might have only 512 change sets.


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