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How to find and restore a component deleted from a stream ?

Rohan De Noronha (1123) | asked Mar 15 '21, 7:43 a.m.
edited Mar 15 '21, 7:44 a.m.


Recently, the component in a stream (which contains Rhapsody architecture files) has been missing. There is no way to view the repository files or operation history. 

We are unable to work with Rhapsody as the component is unavailable. How do we find the missing component and restore it back to the stream. It also consists of 5 baselines.

Looking forward to some suggestions,

Thanks a lot.

Rohan De Noronha 

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Ralph Schoon (63.3k33646) | answered Mar 15 '21, 8:38 a.m.
Login using the Eclipse client. Open the team artifacts view. In the project area, in the node Source Control>All Components, check if you can see the component. If not, someone has changed its visibility. In that case find a user with JazzAdmin permissions and see below.

If you see the component open the stream. In the stream editor scroll down to the component list and use add and add the component. 

If the component is not visible find a user with JazzAdmin permission. Use the Eclipse client look at all components. If necessary use Search>Jazz Source Control>Components to find the component. 

Components can not simply be deleted. Once you have the component back, consider to review the permissions for users.
If you have a repository workspace with the latest state of the component, create a baseline to be able to set it in the stream.

Ralph Schoon commented Mar 15 '21, 8:39 a.m.

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