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checkin local dc sources in dtr

hi,

I created a track and imported the development configuration and created a dc java project.

I checked in the dtr the activities and the sources in an earlier version. Meanwhile I was working with the sources and changed them locally in my developers workplace.

how can I now update the changes and checkin the changed sources in the dtr.

I suppose it should work in the java perspective with context menu > DTR . > move into activity? So I can assign my local java-file to an activity but I can´t find this activity in my dtr perspective of my nds.

I wonder that if I want to change my coding I don´t have to create or assign to an activity.

how can I get my latest code in the dtr?

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 10:29 PM

    Hi,

    If you are working with local environment,you are not using NWDI, if you are working on local environment, you wont able to create activities but let say if you made some changes to local project and you want copy the same thing on to NWDi project then you need to migrate or copy code from local folder to relevent folder in NWDI.

    Regards

    praveen

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      "copy src and model folder from your local project folder to NWDI project folder"

      what do you mean with "NWDI project folder" ? sorry, do you mean I have to create a dc in my nds and overwrite the sources on my local drive with the sources of my local project?

      or how can I access the nwdi project folder?

      I don´t understand...

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