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Rajah Vedamurthy (1111128) | asked Aug 03 '11, 8:48 a.m.
I am using RTC 2.0.0.2 eclipse client, When I make changes to a file by opening local file from the context menu, I am not seeing unresolved changes shown under pending changes, I refreshed the pending changes view, even then it is not showing up.

Please let me know the correct steps to change a file to show up as unresolved under pending changes view.

Thanks in Advance.

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Tim Mok (6.6k38) | answered Aug 03 '11, 4:40 p.m.
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I am using RTC 2.0.0.2 eclipse client, When I make changes to a file by opening local file from the context menu, I am not seeing unresolved changes shown under pending changes, I refreshed the pending changes view, even then it is not showing up.

Please let me know the correct steps to change a file to show up as unresolved under pending changes view.

Thanks in Advance.
You may want to open a work item describing this issue, details about your client setup, and provide screenshots of how you are opening the local file. The refresh should happen automatically if you are editing from the Eclipse client.

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Rajah Vedamurthy (1111128) | answered Aug 04 '11, 11:07 a.m.
Thanks Tim for the reply, This does not happen to all files, only the files which are not identified by eclipse IDE(for example in my scenario it is erwin diagram).

I did my research yesterday and found already a work item which is not of high priority, if you can escalate and make it as high priority, it will be good.

https://jazz.net/jazz/web/projects/Rational%20Team%20Concert#action=com.ibm.team.workitem.viewWorkItem&id=169741


Let me know if you need more information regarding this use case.


I am using RTC 2.0.0.2 eclipse client, When I make changes to a file by opening local file from the context menu, I am not seeing unresolved changes shown under pending changes, I refreshed the pending changes view, even then it is not showing up.

Please let me know the correct steps to change a file to show up as unresolved under pending changes view.

Thanks in Advance.
You may want to open a work item describing this issue, details about your client setup, and provide screenshots of how you are opening the local file. The refresh should happen automatically if you are editing from the Eclipse client.

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Tim Mok (6.6k38) | answered Aug 04 '11, 11:34 a.m.
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Ah, I misinterpreted what you mean by opening the local file from the context menu. Does this mean you are opening the file from the context menu but using an external program to edit the file? In this case, you have to refresh the sandbox when refreshing Pending Changes. There is a dropdown arrow by the refresh button and you select refresh the sandbox. I believe since 3.0 that you can choose which folders in the sandbox to refresh to cut down on the refresh time.

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Rajah Vedamurthy (1111128) | answered Aug 04 '11, 12:03 p.m.
Thanks Again,

Since I am using 2.0.0.2 client, I have two options

Refresh Remote Changes
Refresh Sandbox and Remote Changes,

I tried using both refresh, it did not identify the changes under pending changes tab.


Ah, I misinterpreted what you mean by opening the local file from the context menu. Does this mean you are opening the file from the context menu but using an external program to edit the file? In this case, you have to refresh the sandbox when refreshing Pending Changes. There is a dropdown arrow by the refresh button and you select refresh the sandbox. I believe since 3.0 that you can choose which folders in the sandbox to refresh to cut down on the refresh time.

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Jeff Jones (2111) | answered Dec 22 '11, 10:59 a.m.
I am having this same issue. It was working perfectly than stopped for some reason. Any ideas yet on the cause?


Thanks Again,

Since I am using 2.0.0.2 client, I have two options

Refresh Remote Changes
Refresh Sandbox and Remote Changes,

I tried using both refresh, it did not identify the changes under pending changes tab.


Ah, I misinterpreted what you mean by opening the local file from the context menu. Does this mean you are opening the file from the context menu but using an external program to edit the file? In this case, you have to refresh the sandbox when refreshing Pending Changes. There is a dropdown arrow by the refresh button and you select refresh the sandbox. I believe since 3.0 that you can choose which folders in the sandbox to refresh to cut down on the refresh time.

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Jirong Hu (1.5k9290258) | answered Dec 22 '11, 11:47 a.m.
e.g. add a file with .log extension won't show up because by default RTC doesn't control them.

Jirong

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Jeff Jones (2111) | answered Dec 22 '11, 10:47 p.m.
My problem seems to be an issue with my sandbox. RTC does not detect any changes I make in my workspace.

e.g. add a file with .log extension won't show up because by default RTC doesn't control them.

Jirong

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Jeff Jones (2111) | answered Dec 23 '11, 9:56 p.m.
I was able to fix my issue by reloading my repository workspace. It seems that RTC thought the workspace was not loaded. The repository files were present on the local file system.


My problem seems to be an issue with my sandbox. RTC does not detect any changes I make in my workspace.

e.g. add a file with .log extension won't show up because by default RTC doesn't control them.

Jirong

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Geoffrey Clemm (30.1k33035) | answered Dec 23 '11, 11:23 p.m.
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Note that one easy way to get into that situation is to uncheck the
"delete files on disk" when you unload the component from the sandbox.

Cheers,
Geoff

On 12/23/2011 10:08 PM, jonejeff wrote:
I was able to fix my issue by reloading my repository workspace. It
seems that RTC thought the workspace was not loaded. The repository
files were present on the local file system.


jonejeffwrote:
My problem seems to be an issue with my sandbox. RTC does not detect
any changes I make in my workspace.

hujirongwrote:
e.g. add a file with .log extension won't show up because by default
RTC doesn't control them.

Jirong

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