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What is this "Default Component"?


Patrick Renaud (106143) | asked Jul 27 '09, 2:59 p.m.
What is the purpose of the "Default Component? And most importantly, can I get rid of it now that my source code is shared to the Jazz repository within "proper" components?

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Jose Miguel Ordax Cassa (2.4k2126100) | answered Jul 27 '09, 3:16 p.m.
patrick.renaud wrote:
What is the purpose of the "Default Component? And most
importantly, can I get rid of it now that my source code is shared to
the Jazz repository within "proper" components?


AFAIK it can't be removed. What you can do, is to remove it form all
streams and change the owner to a specif user so the rest of users won't
see it.

That default component is created as part of the process template you
used. The way to proceed is to cretae your own process template and
initialize the Team Areas with it so "useless" efinitions won't be present.

Hope this helps,

Chemi.

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Geoffrey Clemm (30.0k23035) | answered Jul 27 '09, 9:55 p.m.
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Also, since you can set the owner and change the name of a component,
you might want to just "re-use" the default component for the next real
component that you need.

Cheers,
Geoff

Chemi wrote:
patrick.renaud wrote:
What is the purpose of the "Default Component? And most
importantly, can I get rid of it now that my source code is shared to
the Jazz repository within "proper" components?


AFAIK it can't be removed. What you can do, is to remove it form all
streams and change the owner to a specif user so the rest of users won't
see it.

That default component is created as part of the process template you
used. The way to proceed is to cretae your own process template and
initialize the Team Areas with it so "useless" efinitions won't be present.

Hope this helps,

Chemi.

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