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  1. Hi, Do you have the Plastic account linked to the Unity ID? If that is the case, have you recently changed the Unity e-mail? I'm afraid we don't support it and it could lead to this error. If that is the case, could you revert to the old e-mail and check if it works? Best, Héber.
  2. Hi, In this link you can find some tips on how to improve performance: https://plasticscmsupport.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360009028194-Performance-improvement-Use-multiple-threads-for-the-Update-and-Checkin-operations Another option is to work distributed, where you checkin against the local server and then sync it to the central server. Are you working against a cloud or an on-premise server? Best, Héber.
  3. Hi! After checking the changes in, if you run the update, do you get the same error? If you do, can you delete locally the file and then run an update? That should get the file totally in sync with the repo. Is the file usually modified? Are any other users suffering from this? Best, Héber.
  4. Hi, If you deny or don't allow permissions for everything to a user, and then add permissions for a file, the user will see all the structure to that path. I'm afraid that is the default behavior as it is needed by Plastic. However, the rest of the folders or files shouldn't be visible. Is this not what you are seeing? Best, Héber.
  5. Hi Joseph, I'm sorry Plastic is not convincing you and that in your set-up it doesn't provide any advantage over collab. That being said, we recommend you have a look at the task per branch workflow as it could be something worthy. Keep in mind that PlasticSCM allows for branching and creating code reviews for those branches, the usage of Gluon and partial workspaces, or the usage of local repos in case they are needed, for example. If there is anything else we can help you with, let us know. Best, Héber.
  6. Hi Joseph, I think what you are looking for, regarding all of your questions, are triggers: https://www.plasticscm.com/documentation/triggers/plastic-scm-version-control-triggers-guide. You could have a before-merge trigger that checks if the branch has an approved code review . If it doesn't, the merge will fail. But, keep in mind that, for now, Cloud edition only works with webtriggers. Regarding the CI system, we are compatible with a lot of them, like bamboo or teamcity, but we usually recommend Jenkins as we know it works well and is open source. Best, Héber..
  7. Hi, It seems that something went wrong during the installation and the default license was not added. Was this a clean installation, or did you had a previous version of Plastic installed? Can you check if you have a plasticd.lic file under your server binaries folder? ("C:\Program Files\PlasticSCM5\server" by default in Windows). If you don't, can you uninstall Plastic, remove the "C:\Program Files\PlasticSCM5" folder, the "C:\Users\youruser\AppData\Local\plastic4" folder, and reinstall PlasticSCM Cloud Edition? That should do the trick. Best, Héber.
  8. Hi Joseph, I'm not sure if I'm understanding your needs. Here you have a cloud edition guide that explains how to set it up and to chose a workflow: https://www.plasticscm.com/documentation/cloud-edition/plastic-scm-version-control-cloud-edition-guide#WorkdistributedwithPlastic I'd recommend the centralized workflow unless you have a bad network. Let me know if you have any questions. Best, Héber.
  9. Hi, You need to set up a cloud organization and install PlasticSCM cloud edition. With each cloud edition installation, a local server is installed, so when it asks you to create a new repo you have to create it under the "local" server. The "work distributed" section of the guide is what you want, without pushing the changes and keeping in mind that the name of the server is just "local", not "localhost:8087": https://www.plasticscm.com/documentation/cloud-edition/plastic-scm-version-control-cloud-edition-guide#WorkdistributedwithPlastic Best, Héber.
  10. Solved through a support ticket. It ended up being a user permissions issue.
  11. Hi Kristof, Sure! Let me share it with the team and try to fit it in our roadmap. Best, Héber.
  12. Hi, That error means that the client is not able to reach the local server. Keep in mind that to allow you to work on a distributed way, Plastic installs a localm server in your machine. Can you check that the PlasticSCM service is up and running in the Windoes services panel? Best, Héber.
  13. Hi Christian, Which OS is this server on? Can you reach us out at support@codicesoftware.com with the server "plastic.debug.log.txt" file? I guess the license is valid for version 9, right? Best, Héber.
  14. Hi, I'm afraid it is not possible for now to distribute scripts thorugh the plastic-global-config repo, but you can upload them to the server for sure. I'm sorry for the inconvenience. Best, Héber.
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