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RTC: why are both Locate Change sets and history Actions not enabled in "Source code data query view".

Makeit 002 (137) | asked Feb 22 '16, 9:33 a.m.
edited Aug 02 '16, 12:24 a.m. by David Lafreniere (4.8k7)

Due to this reason, we are unable to find which version of the quried file is involved in the last successful build.

Makeit 002 commented Feb 22 '16, 10:26 a.m. | edited Feb 23 '16, 12:56 p.m.

small correction, we just know the file name, and I wish to know which version of this file is participated in successful build at recent time.

And we are in source code data query view: we found the file but unable either to locate change sets or view the history.

Geoffrey Clemm commented Feb 23 '16, 1:01 p.m.

Just for interest's sake, what is the "source code data query view"?   Is this one of the source control web pages?   Or something in Eclipse?

Makeit 002 commented Feb 24 '16, 5:49 a.m.

it's an view in eclipse of rtc and the exact name was just 'source code data'.
it helps us to find the files in repository. and got relation to Enterprise Extensions.

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Ralph Schoon (62.7k33643) | answered Feb 22 '16, 10:03 a.m.
If you have a build and the build is public, you can directly from the build result see the changes that went in. you can create a repository workspace from the snapshot and either load that or open the repository files to browse which versions of files are in there.
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David Lafreniere commented Aug 02 '16, 12:24 a.m.
Start by adding the desired change sets or work items in the Locate Change Sets editor. After that you can drag & drop a selection of build results from the 'Builds' view into the 'Search Targets' section of the Locate Change Sets editor. This will end up adding the build snapshots (assuming the builds have a build snapshot), and will quickly let you see when the changes were introduced in the builds (since by default the snapshot name is based on the build label, so we can see the dates...)

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