Checking in a changed file
After you change a file in your workspace, check in the file to the loaded repository workspace.
In either the Source Control panel or the z/OS UNIX Directory List panel, a changed file is displayed in the list of files with an asterisk (*) in the SCM column. The asterisk (*) means that the local file has changes that are not checked in to the repository workspace. To check the changed file into the workspace, follow these steps.
About this task
- In the Source Control or z/OS
UNIX Directory List, enter a C next
to the file with the asterisk (*). To check in multiple changed files with the same change set, enter a C next to each file with an asterisk (*).
- In the Select a Change Set panel,
enter one of the following choices:
When the screen reverts to the Source Control panel or the z/OS UNIX Directory List panel, the SCM column is blank. When the SCM column is blank, the file is under source control with no local changes.
- To use the default change set, enter a 1 in the action field and press the Enter key to check in the file to the workspace.
- To create a new change set, enter a 2 in the action
field and press the Enter key. In the New Change Set panel,
you can enter a work item number and a comment. Enter an asterisk
(*) in the work item field to display unresolved work items that are
currently assigned to you, from which you can select a work item to
associate. To create a new work item for the change set, enter a forward
slash (/) next to the Create new work item field
in the New Change Set panel. The Create
Work Item panel opens. Refer to Create a work item for a change set for information about the fields of the Create Work Item panel.
- To use an existing change set, enter a forward slash (/) next to one of the comments listed. The list includes all change sets that are not complete in the component.
- When you select or create the work item for the change set, press the Enter key to check the file in to the workspace.