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How to Copy Artifacts Between Two Different Servers

Abe Hudson (112) | asked May 11, 4:38 p.m.
I've read this article:

But the "Paste As Link" option isn't active in the target project. I have confirmed everything is set according to the article except:
  • "If you use global configurations, ensure that you are using a global configuration that has contributions from both projects."

Both project user global configuration, but I'm not sure what a contribution from both projects means. Has anyone had any luck with this? Both environments are

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David Honey (7756) | answered May 12, 4:05 a.m.
edited May 12, 4:06 a.m.
Re: "global configuration that has contributions from both projects"
This means that there the global configuration has [recursive] contributions that include DN streams from both DN project areas. The contributions of a global configuration can be thought of as their children. The term contribution comes directly from the OSLC Configuration Management specification. For example, consider the following GC hierarchy:

The immediate contributions to GC1 are {GC2, GC3}. The recursive contributions to GC1 are {GC2, DNStream1, DNStream2, GC3, DNStream3}.

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