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Jazz SCM: how to revert to a specific "version"


Lin Ye (30632611) | asked Feb 03 '10, 3:02 p.m.
Hi,

Is it possible to revert a project to a specific "version", like the command in svn:
svn update --revision number

I tried to load an older version of a single file by using the context menu associated with the file: team --> Show History --> Load

Suppose a change-set contains changes on 10 files in different folders. Is there any way to get back to the project state before the 10 files were changed? Thanks.

Lin

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Lin Ye (30632611) | answered Feb 03 '10, 3:16 p.m.
Got it. Just reverse the change-set

Hi,

Is it possible to revert a project to a specific "version", like the command in svn:
svn update --revision number

I tried to load an older version of a single file by using the context menu associated with the file: team --> Show History --> Load

Suppose a change-set contains changes on 10 files in different folders. Is there any way to get back to the project state before the 10 files were changed? Thanks.

Lin

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