On Thu, Jan 13, 2011 at 5:24 PM, <amit.sasmal_at_wipro.com> wrote:
> Hello Micheal,
> Thanks for your mail.
> We are using Tortoise SVN-1.6.7 alongwith Power Builder 11.5.
> We want to lock (check-out) the core power builder object from SVN so
> that only one user can modify the object for that time. For this case,
> If we want to open the workspace from the repository (SVN) we are
> getting the attached message.
> Please let us know the correct process for the Power Builder connectivty
> with the proper Tortoise SVN SCC version to lock the core PB object.
> Appreciate your quick help.
I'm guessing that .PBW file relies on the rest of the files in that
directory. You'll need to checkout that directory prior to opening.
> Amit Sasmal.
> Wipro Technologies.
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> From: Michael Diers [mailto:mdiers_at_elego.de]
> Sent: Wednesday, January 12, 2011 7:27 PM
> To: SOURAV ROY (WT01 - Manufacturing)
> Cc: users_at_subversion.apache.org; Sudip Datta (WT01 - Manufacturing);
> Pabitra Mallick (WT01 - Manufacturing); Avik Nandi (WT01 -
> Manufacturing); Amit Sasmal (WT01 - Manufacturing)
> Subject: Re: SVN Subversion- object level checkout
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> On 2011-01-12 09:57, sourav.sroy_at_wipro.com wrote:
> > We will use Tortoise SVN (Subversion) as version control system or SCM
> > tool for our project. We are facing an issue for which we would like
> > to get a solution.
> > We are linking SVN to Powerbuilder 11.5. We are trying to checkout
> > files at object level. Every .pbl file, have many files inside. But
> > SVN is not able to checkout those individual files which are inside
> the pbl file.
> > So is there a way by which SVN can checkout those files which are
> > inside pbl.
> > TortoiseSVN 1.6.7, 2010/01/22
> > Subversion 1.6.9
> you need to play by PowerBuilder's rules, I'm afraid. Trying to use
> TortoiseSVN or any other "plain" Subversion client for checkin/checkout
> will cause you grief.
> You can still use TortoiseSVN for other tasks, like browsing logs,
> tagging and branching.
> The IDE supports the SCC API, and you need to use a plug-in for the IDE
> that can drive Subversion via SCC. This will magically do the right
> thing with objects in PBLs. Note that SCC encourages a serialized
> workflow with reservation ("locking") of objects.
> We evaluated PushOK's product a couple of years ago; at the time, it
> proved a good fit for our customer's needs.
> (Please upgrade to Subversion 1.6.15. Subversion 1.6.9 sports a number
> of bugs that have been fixed since its release.)
> - --
> Michael Diers, elego Software Solutions GmbH, http://www.elego.de
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Received on 2011-01-13 08:40:19 CET