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How can get list of files and their revisions with condition/filter =Out of Sync Members.

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jguzman
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How can get list of files and their revisions with condition/filter =Out of Sync Members.

Basically it is easy to get the list of files Out of Sync Members using the filer in the IMS client + check box "Hide empty sandboxes"

I wonder if I can reproduce this filter using SI CLI, so far I tried with

si viewsanbox

but this command lists all files in the selected folder or project. I would like to have only those with the filter mentioned above.

Thanks.

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Re: How can get list of files and their revisions with condition/filter =Out of Sync Members.

si print seems to use si rlog internally

Unfortunatly when you try  to configure the output of si print you might fall into the trap

that it behaves like the si rlog command which by default outputs all revisions.

So then it is better to use the more complicated si rlog directly.

You might use the following as template to achieve what you want:

si rlog --recurse --revision=:member --filter=changed:sync --format="MN:\"\{membername}\" \t MR:{memberrev} \t WR:{workingrev}\n" --noHeaderFormat --noTrailerFormat

The output here looks like

MN:"release\README.txt"      MR:1.1      WR:1.1 (The fields are also separated by TABs)

Note that WR:... may be empty if there is no working file or the revision is unknown in your sandbox.

The main trick to prevent si rlog from ouputtting multiple lines for a certain member (one for each revision)

is to use the option --revision=:member

Extraxt from the CLI Reference for Configuration Management

--format options use the same values as --fields, but similar to a JAVA MessageFormat string (that is, it requires { } to surround

each field). The --fields option automatically adds a newline on the end, but you must supply the newline for formats with a \n

...

Regards

  Jürgen

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Re: How can get list of files and their revisions with condition/filter =Out of Sync Members.

Hi Jorge Guzman,

Try si viewsandbox --filtersubs.  The --filtersubs argument hides empty projects on my system.  That argument should also work with si viewproject.

Reference:  si viewsandbox

Regards,
Kael

Edits: 

2016-10-07EDT1108: Added Reference link to si viewsandbox


Kind Regards,
Kael Lizak

Senior Technical Support Engineer
PTC Integrity Lifecycle Manager

Re: How can get list of files and their revisions with condition/filter =Out of Sync Members.

If you're just out for the location of the files files and dont need subproject/subsandbox info at all

you could also have a more compact view and try

si print --recurse --filter=changed:sync

For a better parseable format that also adresses whitespace in filenames its a little more complicated:

si rlog--recurse --revision=:member --filter=changed:sync --format="\"\{membername}\" \t {memberrev}\n" --noHeaderFormat --noTrailerFormat

Regards,

     Jürgen

Re: How can get list of files and their revisions with condition/filter =Out of Sync Members.

Hello Klaus,

I tried the si print and it works partially. For my sandbox the cmd

     si print --recurse --filter=changed:sync

returns all out-of-sync files in the project. This is exactly want I wanted as filter. The results looks like this:

    project_folder\myFile.c 1.2 archive

Where 1.2 is the member revision. I been trying to see if the output of the command also prints the working revision. So I see both, member and current working rev in the project sbx.

Any idea how can be achieved?

I tried this:

   si print --recurse --filter=changed:sync --revision=:working

But did not worked, command still shows the member revision only.

Thanks, Regards,

Jorge

Re: How can get list of files and their revisions with condition/filter =Out of Sync Members.

si print seems to use si rlog internally

Unfortunatly when you try  to configure the output of si print you might fall into the trap

that it behaves like the si rlog command which by default outputs all revisions.

So then it is better to use the more complicated si rlog directly.

You might use the following as template to achieve what you want:

si rlog --recurse --revision=:member --filter=changed:sync --format="MN:\"\{membername}\" \t MR:{memberrev} \t WR:{workingrev}\n" --noHeaderFormat --noTrailerFormat

The output here looks like

MN:"release\README.txt"      MR:1.1      WR:1.1 (The fields are also separated by TABs)

Note that WR:... may be empty if there is no working file or the revision is unknown in your sandbox.

The main trick to prevent si rlog from ouputtting multiple lines for a certain member (one for each revision)

is to use the option --revision=:member

Extraxt from the CLI Reference for Configuration Management

--format options use the same values as --fields, but similar to a JAVA MessageFormat string (that is, it requires { } to surround

each field). The --fields option automatically adds a newline on the end, but you must supply the newline for formats with a \n

...

Regards

  Jürgen

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Re: How can get list of files and their revisions with condition/filter =Out of Sync Members.

Hello Jorge Guzman‌,

Did the above information get you to a resolution?  If so, could you mark the key post as Correct Answer by clicking on that button at the bottom of the respective post?  If not, can you let us know how far you've come, and if you're still stuck?

Thanks,

Kael


Kind Regards,
Kael Lizak

Senior Technical Support Engineer
PTC Integrity Lifecycle Manager
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