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How can all changes to a stream from a previous date up until today (RTC SCM) be displayed?


Michael Laurendi (1054) | asked Mar 25, 3:43 p.m.

RTC SCM, version 6.0.6 iFix 004, DW (no LQE).

Is there a way to display all changes to a stream from after a previous date up until today?

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Shashikant Padur (3.8k27) | answered Mar 26, 12:31 a.m.
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RTC Eclipse client: In the menu, go to Search -> Jazz Source Control -> Change Sets...
Select the 'Location' as your stream and 'Created after' to the date from which you want to get the change sets.
This functionality is also in other clients such as Visual Studio, Web UI and CLI.


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Michael Laurendi commented Mar 26, 11:58 a.m.

 Awesome! Thanks!


David Lafreniere commented Mar 26, 2:31 p.m.
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The only thing to be aware off is that the 'created after' property corresponds to the date that the change set was closed (which in general tends to be the date the change set was delivered [since the deliver operation automatically closes change sets]). However a user could have closed the change set a long time ago, and only recently delivered it to the stream, in which case these change sets would NOT be returned in your query. I.e. this query is 'not' returning the same set and order that change sets would appear in the 'component history'. To do this, you would have to right-click on the component and select 'History', then scroll down to find the date you want in the "Date Added" column.

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Andrew Niefer (6385) | answered Apr 12, 10:30 a.m.
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Another way to do this is to use the Operation History View.  This article https://jazz.net/library/article/89462 gives an overview.

In the operation history view, comparing operations will give you a comparison of the stream as it was at those points in time.  You could compare an operation from the date you are interested in with the most recent operation, or you can compare an old operation with the current state of the stream using "Compare With Another Repository Workspace or Stream"

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