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Hi all, according to https://plasticscmsupport.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360010163773-How-to-move-a-repository-to-a-new-Plastic-SCM-server there is an easy way to move a repository from one server instance to another. If you look at step 2 (Move the "jet/rep_2" folder to the new server "jet" folder): Is it possible to rename it in the same step e.g. to rep_1234? Is the string "rep_2" somewhere within the DB which will lead to problems when including that repo with following command? cm addrep rep_1234 core NEWSERVER:8087 Background: I want to move a repository from my local machine to the central server. There is quite a good chance that "rep_2" already exists on that machine. So I need to alter the number. Best regards Jan
I spend the last week's to build this simple dotnet Core app: https://github.com/KhaosCoders/plastic-notify-center It acts as notification hub where triggers from Plastic SCM get translated into notifications for users who registered for them. Currently it only sends emails via SMTP, but it is prepared to support more channels. There sure is room for improvement, too. Feel free to suggest or implement new features. I hope the guys from Codice Software don't mind that the icon is similar to the plastic icon. (I'll change it of course if you do mind it) Please feel free to use it, it's free ;)
Hello, This post http://blog.plasticscm.com/2014/11/orchestrate-your-development-with.html explains how to set up exclusive checkout in a distributed server setup. Can we use this with the official plastic cloud? Can we tell our server to use the plastic cloud server as the file locking manager? Thank you for your answers
Hi, I'm trying out PlasticSCM Team/Enterprise and got a 30day 5 user license on the server. When I imported a repo from github, all my seats were taken up by users from the github repo. Running "cm licenseinfo" yields something like this: Plastic SCM license information: * User-license information: aaa ACTIVE bbb ACTIVE ccc ACTIVE ddd ACTIVE eee ACTIVE fff ACTIVE ddd ACTIVE eee INACTIVE (Not licensed) ggg INACTIVE (Not licensed) hhh INACTIVE (Not licensed) iii INACTIVE (Not licensed) .... ... .. I've had to manually go into deactivate the users I don't care about, and activate those I do. But now I have a bunch of users in licenseinfo that I just want to get rid of wholesale to make user license management a little easier. So, how do I do that? In a more explicit example, after activating the users I care about, and deactivating those I do not, I end up with something like this: Plastic SCM license information: * User-license information: aaa ACTIVE bbb ACTIVE ccc ACTIVE ddd INACTIVE (Not licensed) eee INACTIVE (Not licensed) fff INACTIVE (Not licensed) ddd INACTIVE (Not licensed) eee INACTIVE (Not licensed) ggg INACTIVE (Not licensed) hhh INACTIVE (Not licensed) iii INACTIVE (Not licensed) .... ... .. I wish to keep users "aaa", "bbb", and "ccc", obliterate the rest, so that when I run "cm licenseinfo" I am left with: Plastic SCM license information: * User-license information: aaa ACTIVE bbb ACTIVE ccc ACTIVE --------------------------------------- Licensed to: Plastic SCM extended trial license - My Name Expiration date: 2/19/2017 4:57:15 PM Edition: enterprise Total licensed users: 5 Total activated users: 3 Total available users: 2 --------------------------------------- How do I do that? Thanks!