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Adding tag to a baseline using lscm


Andy Jewell (24224868) | asked Oct 03 '18, 1:06 p.m.

 Does anyone know if it's possible to add a tag to a baseline using lscm?  I do know about modifying attributes using lscm add attribute but I don't know what attribute that would be (tag?).  I haven't fiddled with it yet, just haven't seen any references to how to do it.  Thanks!

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Shashikant Padur (3.9k27) | answered Oct 04 '18, 4:42 a.m.
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You can set the tag for a baseline by using the following command:

scm set custom-attributes -b [baseline_itemId_or_alias_or_name] tags "abc def".

scm show custom-attributes -b... to show the tags.

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Andy Jewell commented Oct 04 '18, 11:53 a.m.

Awesome, thank you! 

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