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Default or current flow target, what's matter?


Jirong Hu (1.4k5983) | asked Jul 22 '11, 11:52 a.m.
What's the difference of default and current? Why matters? How it works?

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Jirong

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Geoffrey Clemm (22.7k1522) | answered Jul 22 '11, 12:55 p.m.
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"Current" means "this is the flow target that will be displayed in the
Pending Changes view".

"Default" means "if you try to deliver to a flow target other than the
one marked "Default", you will get a warning, asking you if you are sure
that you want to deliver to a non-default target.

Cheers,
Geoff

On 7/22/2011 11:53 AM, hujirong wrote:
What's the difference of default and current? Why matters? How it
works?

Thanks
Jirong

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mehul Prajapati (151215) | answered Jul 22 '11, 1:03 p.m.
Say example

if you have stream A the default flow target is stream A. So when you deliver the code from stream A workspace it goes to stream A. If you do not wish to deliver to any other stream default and current flow target is same i.e stream A

If you want to deliver to stream B from stream A workspace. You will need to change the flow target to stream B. so you would need to add this flow target. When you add this flow target now you will have a selection stream A or stream B.if you hit the default button it will select stream A and code will be delivered to stream A. if you need to deliver the code to stream B you need to select stream B.


What's the difference of default and current? Why matters? How it works?

Thanks
Jirong

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