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How to use batchCommit() method of IScmService?


Andrew Ciaz (313) | asked Jan 22, 12:57 a.m.

 As my requirement to check in multiple unresolved changes/ files into component, is batchCommit() is right choice to do the same? I used "Metronome" to find out which RTC API call during check in multiple files. But I want to do this Java API, Is this possible in Java. If yes please suggest parameters I need to pass batchCommit() method.

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David Lafreniere (4.3k7) | answered Jan 22, 10:42 a.m.
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If you are writing a client-side plugin, here's the corresponding API:

ITeamRepository repo = getRepo();
IWorkspaceHandle workspaceHandle = getWorkspace();
IWorkspaceManager wm = ScmPlatform.getWorkspaceManager(repo);
IWorkspaceConnection wc = wm.getWorkspaceConnection(workspaceHandle, monitor);

From here you can use the wc#commit(...) method, but you'd have to specify the change set you want the check-in to go into, and build up the files to check-in.


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Andrew Ciaz commented Jan 23, 5:35 a.m.

 @David Lafreniere thanks for your valuable reply, i already used wc.commit() method for checkin single file belo is code

workspace.commit(fChangeSet,Collections
.singletonList(workspace.configurationOpFactory()
.save(file)), monitor);

But I want to check in multiple files, do u have any idea about how can this posiible?


David Lafreniere commented Jan 23, 8:04 a.m.
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That is the correct API to use when you want to check-in multiple files.
Notice that the 'configOp' argument is actually a Collection. So in your example, you are creating a List of size 1. So all you need to do is add as many IConfigurationOps as you need (i.e. one for each file you want to check-in), that way you make one call to the server.

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