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what is meant by "incoming replace" in rtc pending changes?


Dani Simon (708) | asked Feb 05 '19, 4:13 a.m.
edited Feb 05 '19, 5:23 a.m.

 

 Hi all

We've got the info behind the incoming folder "incoming replace" in our pending changes view, 

pending changes

What happens with my local changes in outgoing (complete and not complete), if I accept all incoming ?

Thanks for your help,
dannerl

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Geoffrey Clemm (30.1k23035) | answered Feb 12 '19, 12:09 a.m.
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In "incoming replace" means that someone executed a "replace" operation on the target stream.

When you accept that "replace" it will replace the current state of your workspace with that baseline.
If you have one or more outgoing change-sets, it will prompt you to ask whether you want to keep those outgoing change sets in your workspace, or whether you want them to be captured in a baseline (a "backup-before-replace" baseline).   So you cannot lose those change sets.
Also, if you have saved but not checked-in local changes, it will prompt you asking what you want done with them (e.g. check them into a change set first).

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