Configuration information for ClearCase
In Windows installations of ClearCase either one or more physical computers act as Servers for various ClearCase objects, eg: VOB’s, Views, Licenses etc. ClearCase Attache clients can use these servers to interact with and update the source code stored within ClearCase. These examples are all using the ClearCase evaluation license on a Windows NT workstation. In this configuration, all ClearCase servers run on a single machine.
Here is a quick overview of the steps to installing and running Uniface with ClearCase using UD6/CMtool Driver. Each step is explained in more detail if you click on the links that are provided.
c:\cc\sources\other\udicver.xmlnow exists, and contains 1 record.
idf /com=100 /cpy trx:7204bkp07Feb2000.trx idf:
/com=10switch to reduce the number of file handles used).
Now start the IDF with the following command line options:
idf.exe /ins meta
This ensures that all the descriptors have been generated for the forms. Without this information you will not be able to compile forms in the CM tool since they will be read-only and the descriptors cannot be generated (see the nodeny parameter in the USYS$UD6_PARAMSUD6ASNPARAMS help topic).
Clicking on this ICON will start the initial synchronisation of signatures and diagram.
How to use the driver with ClearCase (cont.)
Taking control in ClearCase
Releasing a form using ClearCase
Checking a form in using ClearCase
Adding a form using ClearCase
Finding the differences in versions using ClearCase
Problems when using ClearCase
A methodology to Uniface source code control
Using UD6/CMtool and Uniface with ClearCase.
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