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Revert to previus version?

Hi all!

I have a rather big problem:

I have a project i have been working on in a while.

then i suddently got an error in my developer studio, and i had to reinstall the NWDS, therefore did a checkin on my current project, which had some failures, so that it could not be activated. (Activation failed)

after reinstalling NWDS, and tried to import the development configuration again, this went fine, but

when i click on my DC, en choose create project, a very <b>dirty</b> project is created.. (It has over 650 errors..) i do not know what has happened to my project, but it can not be build, i have tried to fix it, but the errors are really strange.

Has anyone tried something like this?

And, do anyone know how to revert a project back, to an earlier state where i knew it was working?

Help is much apreciated!

Kind regards

Ronni Hostrup

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    Posted on Sep 28, 2005 at 02:42 PM

    Hi Ronni,

    Can you try doing one thing. Please open the DTR perspective and then in the repository browser navigate to your project in the workspace. Then open the context menu for any file and click Show In -> Version Graph.

    You will see all the version of that file. Then right click on any previous version and then from the menu select "Sync to this Version".

    This has to be done for every file.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards

    Sidharth

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Erik,

      it is possible to move objects fron activity to activity,on the other hand you can move activities from one workspace to another workspace,may this is a workaround for your requirement.But you can't rever workspace directly as that of file.

      Regards,

      RK

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