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Make delivery of a folder already delivered

caroline oliveira (15111) | asked Oct 07 '16, 9:13 a.m.

I want to automate  tasks, by jenkins in shell code. 

I did the following steps in shell in jenkins:

(1) Create an RTC stream. 

(2) Create an RTC workspace based on the stream created in step (1). 

(3) Create an RTC component, associating it with the workspace created in step (2). 

(4) Make the component created in step  

(5) Download the source code from the other source control, into to a directory. 

(6) "Share" the source code downloaded in step (6), using 'lscm share -r repo <workspace> <component> *'. 

(7) "Deliver" the change set (checked-in files). 

When I try to move the path (/opt/IBM/jazz/scmtools/eclipse/lscm move path /var/lib/jenkins/jobs/Load.kiprev/workspace /var/lib/jenkins/jobs/Load.kiprev/ws), the following error appears: 

"Error getting sharing path

Check the log for details about the error at "/var/lib/jenkins/.jazz-scm". If you have configured custom logging check your log configuration settings for the path to the log file.

Problem running 'move path

Moves involving component roots or project folders is not supported."

when I download the RTC, the following error appears:

"There are Several folders are being uploaded from que que components are present in other simulation environment Load '' from 'workspaceteste / componenteteste' may conflict with the content already load.

I can not send the same folder to another component, how can I solve this problem? 

How should do?


Thank you!



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Lily Wang (4.9k714) | answered Oct 09 '16, 8:40 p.m.
As the error message "Moves involving component roots or project folders is not supported" said, you could not move a component root directory to another directory.
To move across components, you need to identify a folder under the source component's root directory.
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