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Andreas Nicoladoni (19612523) | asked May 17 '11, 10:16 a.m.
retagged Jun 24 '12, 4:35 a.m. by Arne Bister (2.6k12832)

we are using RTC 3.0 on system-i and have some question setting up our project in RTC 3.0.

We are about 8 Developer working on the same project.
On system-i our enwironment looks so:

LIB-A include SourceCode and objects which are in use by the developers

LIB-B include SourceCode and objects after deliver from the developer to be build and sent to the testsystem

LIB-C include all SourceCode and objects which are installed on our production system.

Should we use on stream and on i-project or should we use 3 streams and 3 i-projects to handle this?

Is there any possibility to find out which sourcemembers are in one workitem to create a file on system-i on which we can start our cl-pgm for the build?

Any help will be appriciated

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Alex Moore (812) | answered Aug 16 '13, 9:32 a.m.
Hi Andreas,

It's best to have 3 streams and 3 different i-projects to keep the different sourceCodes used for multiple purposes separated.

Also, to find out which source members are defined to a workitem use the eclipse studio to click on the links tab of the workitem.  A Links section will expand displaying Change sets under the Links section.  Double click on the changeset to display the source file associated with the changeset.


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