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we have a wd java application running fine in the portal.

now i have to make some changes to it.

there are lot of errors and warnings in the project which i have created by importing the track.

(i think guy before me had changed/deleted the code and made the track dirty )

i have sync the project to earlier date (1 year back, cause there is no developement from that time, and there are no errors) and tried to edit it.

when i tried to edit it, it is throwing the following error.

can not check out as the files are out of sync.

if this is the situation then what the sync option is used for?

plz tell how i can use sync option and check out the code to make changes.

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2011 at 06:45 AM


    The Sync option is mainly for syncing the DC as well as Dependant DC's, and I am sure it is not used for sync it to some older date.

    I feel if you post your question in NWDI Forums you will get a better answer and also solutions to your problem.

    Best Regards


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      solved my problem.

      Follow the below steps to solve the problem:

      1.Sync your code to earlier date and time till it was working perfectly.

      2. Go to navigator and copy src folder of your DC and save it in your hard disk (e.g. desktop)

      3. As in older code you are not suppose to check out so Sync your latest code from NWDI

      4. copy all the three folders of your src folder(configuration,packages,mimes) which you have saved in your hard disk.

      5. Again Go to Navigator and right click on src folder of your DC and paste all three copied folders into it. It will ask for new activity to create.

      6. check in and Deploy that activity and you are done.

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