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Configuration management for Software Component

Hi

I have 3 XI system (dev, test, production) and CMS.

For example I have exported the whole component and 2 changlelist into test and production through CMS i.e. production has version MyComponent + changelist1 changes+ changelist2 changes)

Now I want to rollback changelist2 changes on production. I want to have version MyComponent + changelist1

How can I do that?

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  • Posted on Oct 16, 2006 at 08:33 AM

    Denis,

    I have not tried this with CMS , but with File Transport , when you are trying to select the Objects to be transported, you will have an option, SHow Deleted Objects ( or something of this sort), these are all the older versions of the Transport Objects and you can use this to revert changes.

    Also, you have a folder called Improted Files Directory which will contain all the Files imported and you can use this also to revert changes if you know which version refes to what.

    Regards,

    Bhavesh

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      OK.

      But if changelist1 contains MyMapping (version1), MyBPM (version1) and chanhelist2 MyMapping (version2) MyBPM (version2).

      I want to have MyMapping (version1), MyBPM (version1).

      It is not possible to export specific version of objects and as far I know IB will not replace new version on old version.

      How can I do this simple and standatd task for version management system like CVS, Subversion, DTR in XI?

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