How to get all the pakage name which are linked to a package group? I have a package group "pkg_grp1" which has tow package pkg1 and pkg2. I just want to get these two names from the pkg_grp1. Is there any command?
I don't think there is a specific command to list the packages in a package group (hpg is the command line utility for manipulating them, with create, delete, add, remove and bind options. However this is no big problem in harvest, as everything is stored in a relational database, which you can query using the hsql utility. The relevant tables…
Can I checkout code from package group? Like I a package group pkg_grp1 as below: Now I want to checkout code from pkg_grp1.Is it possible? I know we can do from individual package like: hco -b rbcscm.fg.rbc.com -usr usr1-pw pass -en *** -st Development -vp ***\Source -cp C:\Users\abc\Desktop\Dev -pf pkg2 -po -pn "Check Out for Browse" -s…(Show moreShow less)
CA Harvest SCM team has a prototype for a feature that perform mass update of Harvest Projects for the following Admin operations. Change the program field for a bunch of UDP processes at the same time. Change the mail utility for a bunch of Notify processes at the same time. Add a new Harvest process across multiple projects Delete an existing…(Show moreShow less)
I want to checkout code from a package. How can I use hco command which should checkout the all the latest file from a package. I am trying something like : hco -b abc.com -usr jai -pw password -en XYZ_Dev -st Development -vp XYZ_Dev\Source -cp "C:\Users\jkunwar\Desktop\Dev" -pf pkg_name -po -pn "Check Out for Browse" -s "" -br -r But it…(Show moreShow less)
Your hco command should do exactly what you're expecting. Can you check the hco.log file for any messages it might contain? You'll find it in the same folder that you were in when you ran the hco command. Let me know what you find.
Harvest Administrators have reported that their System Administrators are requiring that all copies of Java on all computers company-wide should be upgraded to Java 1.8.0_112 as soon as possible. This new version can easily be downloaded and installed from the Java website, but Administrators also need to be sure that their current version of…
Hi Team, i had a sql script which pull's out an report with project name, state, package, full path along with this can i get the count of files in each package. SELECT e.environmentname, st.statename, pkg.packagename, Itm.ItemName, pfn.PathFullName FROM harenvironment e join harpackage pkg on e.envobjid=pkg.envobjid join harstate st on…(Show moreShow less)
Hi Robert, Thanks a lot, this is good hint "AND Itm.ItemType = 1" now it is working as expected. also thanks for providing me with the detail information on count of item and file version. Regards, Jagan