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How to migrate CVS versiosn to RTC BaseLines


Anurag Sinha (11) | asked Mar 15 '10, 1:19 a.m.
I am migrating to RTC from CVS. I have read that CVS equivalent of Branch is Stream and for version it's Baselines in RTC.

How do I migrate my CVS version code to RTC Baseline ?
Thanks !

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Ralph Schoon (27.3k11026) | answered Mar 15 '10, 3:23 a.m.
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Hi,

according to this technote http://jazz.net/library/techtip/70 you can do that migrating to SVN first, exporting the SVN repository to a dump file and then importing the said dump file into RTC. The SVN dumpfile import wizard provides you with the choice to migrate svn version to RTC baselines.

Ralph

I am migrating to RTC from CVS. I have read that CVS equivalent of Branch is Stream and for version it's Baselines in RTC.

How do I migrate my CVS version code to RTC Baseline ?
Thanks !

link
Michael Valenta (2.9k1) | answered Mar 15 '10, 9:18 a.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
This is true. There is a wiki page that describes the various RTC
importers. It can be found at https://jazz.net/wiki/bin/view/Main/SCMImport.

Michael

rschoon wrote:
Hi,

according to this technote
http://jazz.net/library/techtip/70 you can do that
migrating to SVN first, exporting the SVN repository to a dump file
and then importing the said dump file into RTC. The SVN dumpfile
import wizard provides you with the choice to migrate svn version to
RTC baselines.

Ralph

aasinha1wrote:
I am migrating to RTC from CVS. I have read that CVS equivalent of
Branch is Stream and for version it's Baselines in RTC.
How do I migrate my CVS version code to RTC Baseline ?
Thanks !

link
Thomas Loeber (5951824) | answered Mar 16 '10, 9:08 a.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
This is true. There is a wiki page that describes the various RTC
importers. It can be found at https://jazz.net/wiki/bin/view/Main/SCMImport.

Michael

rschoon wrote:
Hi,

according to this technote
http://jazz.net/library/techtip/70 you can do that
migrating to SVN first, exporting the SVN repository to a dump file
and then importing the said dump file into RTC. The SVN dumpfile
import wizard provides you with the choice to migrate svn version to
RTC baselines.

Ralph

aasinha1wrote:
I am migrating to RTC from CVS. I have read that CVS equivalent of
Branch is Stream and for version it's Baselines in RTC.
How do I migrate my CVS version code to RTC Baseline ?
Thanks !


Micheal - I click on your link and get Access Denied. The Main/SCMImport web does not exist

link
Michael Valenta (2.9k1) | answered Mar 17 '10, 9:18 a.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
It works for me. You need to have a jazz.net account to access the wiki.
When I first click on the link, I get the Jazz.net login page and, after
I log in, I am shown the page.

Michael

thloeber wrote:
Michael Valentawrote:
This is true. There is a wiki page that describes the various RTC
importers. It can be found at
https://jazz.net/wiki/bin/view/Main/SCMImport.
Michael

rschoon wrote:
Hi,

according to this technote
http://jazz.net/library/techtip/70 you can do that
migrating to SVN first, exporting the SVN repository to a dump file
and then importing the said dump file into RTC. The SVN dumpfile
import wizard provides you with the choice to migrate svn version
to
RTC baselines.

Ralph

aasinha1wrote:
I am migrating to RTC from CVS. I have read that CVS equivalent of
Branch is Stream and for version it's Baselines in RTC.
How do I migrate my CVS version code to RTC Baseline ?
Thanks !


Micheal - I click on your link and get Access Denied. The
Main/SCMImport web does not exist

link
Thaddee Bourque (613) | answered Jun 30 '10, 8:04 a.m.
It works for me. You need to have a jazz.net account to access the wiki.
When I first click on the link, I get the Jazz.net login page and, after
I log in, I am shown the page.

Michael



The issue with the link above seems to be with the period (.) at the end of the hyperlink.

https://jazz.net/wiki/bin/view/Main/SCMImport

Thanks,
Thaddee

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