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clearfsimport; hash table; 1147089 Technote (troubleshooting) Problem(Abstract) This technote explains why the IBM Rational ClearCase utility clearfsimport clearfsimport example fails to import files into a VOB on Microsoft Windows Linux and
UNIX failing with hash table errors. Cause Clearfsimport fails with the following error: UNIX/Linux: % clearfsimport ~/java.txt
/tmp/test_vob Creating directory "/tmp/test_vob". clearfsimport: Error: Could not find "/tmp/test_vob" in hash table clearfsimport: Warning: Trouble importing element "/tmp/test_vob/java.txt". clearfsimport: Error: Trouble was encountered importing the following elements:
/tmp/test_vob/java.txt Windows: %>clearfsimport C:\temp \my_test_vob Creating directory "\my_test_vob". clearfsimport: Error: Unable to access "\": ClearCase object not found. clearfsimport: Error: Could not resolve parent directory of "\my_test_vob". Creating directory "\my_test_vob". clearfsimport: Error: Unable to access "\": ClearCase object not found. clearfsimport: Error: Could not resolve parent directory of "\my_test_vob". clearfsimport: Error: Could not find "\my_test_vob" in recursive add to source control clearcase hash table The cause of the problem could be one of two issues: Windows, Linux and UNIX: The VOB is not mounted Windows Only: The VOB is mounted but you are trying to import into the VOB tag using a preceding slash in the target path. Example: %>clearfsimport C:\temp \my_test_vob Creating directory "\my_test_vob". clearfsimport: Error: Unable to access "\": ClearCase object not found. clearfsimport: Error: Could not resolve parent directory of \my_test_vob". Creating directory "\my_test_vob". clearfsimport: Error: Unable to access "\": ClearCase object not found. clearfsimport: Error: Could not resolve parent directory of \my_test_vob". clearfsimport: Error: Could not find "\my_test_vob" in hash table Resolving the problem If the VOB is not mounted, mount the VOB and then retry the clearfsimport command. Example: %cleartool mount /tmp/test_vob % cd /tmp/test_vob % clearfsimport ~/java.txt /tmp/test_vob Validating directory "/tmp/test_vob". Changed checkout to unreserved for "/tmp/test_vob/." branch "/main/bugs". Creating element "/tmp/test_vob/java.txt". Created branch "bugs" from "/tmp/test_vob/java.txt" version "/main/0". Changed checkout to unreserved for "/tmp/test_vob/java.txt" branch "/main/bugs". version "/main/bugs/1". Closing directories. Checked in versi
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turn a view private directory into a clearcase owned directory Why can't I turn a view private directory into a clearcase owned directory It is easy to turn a view private file into a clearcase file, for example: setview myview # Create a new file >my_new_file.txt emacs my_new_file.txt # now my_new_file.txt is view private cleartool checkout -nc . cleartool mkelem -elt text_file my_new_file.txt # now my_new_file.txt is in clearcase Note that at the moment, I am not interested in the status of the files within mydir. I just want mydir to bekome a clearcase-managed directory. Whether the files and subdirectories within mydir stay view-private, or will recursively become part of clearcase too, should be of no concern for this discussion. But it seems that no matter how, I can't do it with directories: .... mkdir mydir # now mydir is view-private # Now populate mydir with files and subdirectory ... # Now try to put mydir into clearcase cleartool mkelem -elt directory mydir # DOES NOT WORK clearfsimport mydir mydir # DOES NOT WORK EITHER In both cases, clearcase refuses on the grounds that mydir already exists. Of course I can do the following: mkdir mydir # now mydir is view-private # Now populate mydir with files and subdirectory ... mv mydir temp cleartool mkdir mydir Does anyone know what is the technical reason why clearcase forbids to adopt view-private directories in the same way it adopts view-private files? I can't see any technical reason why this should not be possible. Of course you might argue that there rarely exists a need to do so (in my case, there *is* such a need), and that one can always write a shell script which accomplishes the goal, but I wonder why Clearcase doesn't offer this possibility in the first place... Ronald -- Ronald Fischer
clearfsimport error not a vob object
Clearfsimport Error Not A Vob Object clearfsimport lt snapshot view flatfile converter flat file Technote troubleshooting Problem Abstract The clearfsimport utility of IBM Rational ClearCase generates error message clearfsimport Error Could not resolve parent directory of VOB Symptom The error message is as follows br clearfsimport Error Not an object in a vob clearfsimport Error Could not resolve parent directory of MyVOB Cause The following clearfsimport syntax is incorrect br C ccviews My Snapshot View MyVOB clearfsimport C ccimport MySourceCode MyVOB br Resolving the problem Consider the following steps to run clearfsimport successfully Change directory cd from within your snapshot
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