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PRP files and PBNative source control

We're using PBNative source control with PB 12.1. I'm teaching myself about .PRP files and see in a document on infocenter.sybase.com that "PRP files are created on the server, not in the local path." Yet in my local directory all the object files for my app have the .PRP extension. What am I doing wrong? In the source control repository on our network, each object seems to have a pair of files, one with and one without the .PRP.

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2013 at 12:14 PM

    Hi Rick;

    Since today's PB SCC is based on that feature change in PB 8 - here is a good article that might help you understand things more ...

    http://pbdj.sys-con.com/node/106699

    Regards ... Chris

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2013 at 03:55 PM

    On the Source Control Workspace Properties tab, the "Local Root Directory" field would be the local drive folder where the workspace is located, "C:\PBSource\Devl" for example. The "Project" field is a folder on a network drive where PBNative will store the checked in source code and .prp files that track who has the object checked out, "K:\PBNative" for example.

    All developers have a copy of the workspace on their local C drive and the PBNative repository (Project) is located on a network drive that they all have access to.

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