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Hi all,

 

I would like to know the list of users who has modified the particular file using command prompt (cmd). Help me with the command.

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Hi,

Thanks for you answer. 

But using this command, we are not able to retrieve the owner id/name specially. Instead we are able to retrieve the child branch where they have committed the changes.

Is there any way to take latest checkin of the file with the owner id/name?

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Hi,

The "cm history --help" includes a "--format" flag to configure the output based on your needs. You can include the owner. Please check the command help for all the format options and some examples.

Note: If a file was merged to "/main" but the merge didn't create a new revision for the file, the "cm hist" won't show any revision for this file in the "/main" branch.

You can also take a look into the "2D revision history" view. It may be useful in your scenario.

Regards,

Carlos.

 

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