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Subversion Migration Issue

From: Sirisha Meda (WT01 - BANKING & FINANCIAL SERVICES) <sirisha.meda_at_wipro.com>
Date: Fri, 22 Jan 2010 13:47:16 +0530


I sucessfully migrated one clearcase directory to SVN repo with the help of
load_svn_dirs.pl script.

To the same SVN repo, when I tried to migrate second directory then
load_svn_dirs.pl script deleted first directory elements in trunk and migrated
second directory elements.
In HEAD, I can see only second directory elements but in old revisions I can
see first directory elements.

I used svn copy command to copy the first directory elements to latest
revision. Instead of this workaround, is there any possible way to migrate
clearcase directories one after the other to the same SVN repo.

Commands I used to migrate first and second directory
/usr/bin/svn/svn_load_dirs.pl https://svnrepo/ trunk -
t 'tags/REL1.0' /view/my_view/vobs/vbtag/dir1

/usr/bin/svn/svn_load_dirs.pl https://svnrepo/ trunk -
t 'tags/REL1.0' /view/my_view/vobs/vbtag/dir2


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