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Does RTC provide a version tree similar to ClearCase?


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Gil Parent (123) | asked Jul 19 '16, 10:24 a.m.
edited Jul 19 '16, 3:02 p.m. by David Lafreniere (4.6k7)
My customer is working with Clear Case.
One important feature is to be able to display a tree version  with all the version for a file in all the branches.
In RTC, I'm able to get the version Id of a file stream by stream but not for all streams in one single graphical view.
How can I get some kind of "Tree version" in RTC in Eclipse or by command line for a file for all Streams or a list of streams I have to select ?

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David Lafreniere (4.6k7) | answered Jul 19 '16, 3:01 p.m.
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There is a mode in the file History view to show the 'repository wide' history for the selected file.

When you show the history of a file (ex: Right-click on a component in a stream/workspace and select "Show Repository Files", now browse to the desired file and select "Show History"), the History view will show the history (along with a merge graph) for that file in a particular context/configuration (i.e the stream or workspace that was showing the repository files). At the top right of the History view, there is a view menu (down arrow icon) which provides a context menu action called "Show all In Repostiory". This will then show you the history (and merge graph) of the file in the entire repository. Note: There currently is no way to show the history for a file in a 'selection' of streams/workspaces however.
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