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Cannot execute SCM from Ant build script while RTC is running, message is "Another RCP application is running in this sandbox", exit code 27


Vladislav Ponomarev (1) | asked Nov 16 '12, 4:57 a.m.

Hello,

I'm running SCM command from within my Ant build script, something like this:

        <exec executable="${scm.home}\scm.exe" failonerror="true">
            <arg value="checkin"/>
  <arg value="myProject/build/run.client.test.sh"/>
  <arg value="-u"/><arg value="…user name…"/>
  <arg value="-P"/><arg value="…password…"/>
</exec>

This build script is launched from RTC client and fails with following message:

Another RCP application is running in this sandbox. File locked at file:D:\Workspaces\rtc.workspace

And <exec> returns code 27.

I ultimately need to run this script not in a stand-alone manner, but from RTC. If I deregister the sandbox reported as locked from RTC Eclipse daemon, it will no longer show pending changes which is definitely not what I want.

Any suggestions how to work around this?

Thank you!


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Dejan Custic (2475) | answered Nov 16 '12, 3:51 p.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
This article describes a possible solution https://jazz.net/library/article/533

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Vladislav Ponomarev commented Nov 20 '12, 5:37 a.m.
I'm running Windows 7, the file system is not NFS. As I understand your link, it proposes to stop using NFS file system, which is already done in my case. Any other suggestions? Thank you.

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Chris McGee (244119) | answered Nov 20 '12, 8:58 p.m.
FORUM MODERATOR / JAZZ DEVELOPER
Is d:\Workspaces\rtc.workspace the workspace you choose when you run the RTC eclipse client?

If so, it will have a lock on this sandbox blocking other clients from managing that sandbox (e.g. scm.exe).

Two potential solutions:
1) Run lscm.bat instead of "scm.exe" to do the checkin
     -lscm will contact your RTC eclipse client to perform the checkin
2) Use a separate sandbox and repository workspace
     -Use scm.exe to load a repository workspace into a separate sandbox (e.g. c:\Workspaces\sandbox1)
     -Make changes to the files in that sandbox
     -Use scm.exe to check in those changes and deliver them

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