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How to restrict the Change-Set size in EWM

Rakesh Kumar (13111) | asked May 21, 10:09 a.m.

We are exploring the possibility to restrict the change set size

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Ralph Schoon (63.2k33646) | answered May 22, 2:47 a.m.

Why? For what purpose? What is the problem?

EWM provides advanced properties. In the advanced properties you can specify "Versioned Content Maximum Size". This is by default 0 - unlimited. You can set a value, it would limit, as far as I know, the maximum size of a file that can be checked in. I don't think it limits on change set level. 

You can configure EWM SCM to store large content in a binary repository. This is transparent for the user. It is controlled by and "
Versioned Content External Content - Artifact Minimum Size". See the documentation. 

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Lawrence . (59512) | answered May 23, 3:30 a.m.

We do not have an option to specifically limit the size of a change set, but you can use the check-in preconditions:

  • Restrict the number of changes that can be contained within a single change set.
  • Files cannot be checked in when they exceed the specified size limit.
  • Restrict Check-in of files based on the specified MIME types and encodings.
  • A resource cannot be checked in when its name is the same as another resource in the same location, even when the capitalisation is different.

You could also add a custom developed Precondition.

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