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Automating Auto Resolve


David Rostocil (911410) | asked Jun 16 '10, 9:12 a.m.
I am working on a tool that will automate merging between two streams. As part of this I would like to have the option to allow for conflicts that are 'auto resolvable' to be resolved without user intervention. I first looked at the IAutoResolveConflictsOperation. This seems to at least be part of what I want to do. My understanding is that this will auto resolve all conflicts that are of the ILogicalChange.AUTOMERGE_CHANGE kind. However, in my testing I have come across at least one example of a change that is of kind ILogicalChange.CONFLICTED_CHANGE that is not auto resolvable with this operation, but I can still select the 'Auto Resolve' option from the right-click context menu in the pending changes view and the conflict is resolved for me. My main question is how can I perform that type of auto resolve programatically? The bigger question is, will that be covering all of the possible auto merge scenarios?

Thanks in advance,
-Dave

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David Rostocil (911410) | answered Jun 16 '10, 12:57 p.m.
I have since determined that the IAutoResolveConflictsOperation is the operation executed by the 'Auto Resolve' menu action. I have also discovered that the operation will not only resolve conflicts of the kind ILocalChange.AUTOMERGE_CHANGE but also conflicts of the ILocalChange.CONFLICTED_CHANGE when the conflict is of the type ILocalConflict.MODIFY_MODIFY. This is the case I have here, but for some reason I can auto resolve the conflict through the gui, which uses the IAutoResolveConflictsOperation operation, but I cannot resolve the conflict using the IAutoResolveConflictsOperation from my own code.

I did a little bit of debugging and it seems that everything is in order up intil a call to getAffectedCFA() , or affected copy file area. That method returns an empty list for my conflict and nothing is resolved. Am I missing an initialization step? Do I need to set up a copy file area? How would I go about doing that?

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praveen patidar (8613044) | answered May 09 '13, 10:06 p.m.
As per my understanding Auto Resolve will only allowed if you updated the file content in the workspace. What I have done is,
1. Downloaded all the Version (Source , Target and common ancestor)
2. Do a beyond compare merge and if it is resolvable by beyond compare put them back in the workspace using API.
Now If I see the workspace is says <Modified>-<Modified> -Auto Resolvable.  because I updated the remote file with the one merged with Beyond compare. Now I am able to do the Auto resolve.


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