Is anyone know how to delete the unwanted "CheckPoint" or "Revision from the source control.
If you mean a project checkpoint or revision - this actually can not be deleted.
A member revision however can be deleted with the appropriate permission.
there are two answere's:
1. You cannot delete/remove a checkpoint. That is one of the core features of the Source Control in Integrity.
- You could "mark" it with a state e.g. "ignore me" and filter your project history for all checkpoints that do not have this state.
- you can restore your project to the setup it had before the cp.
2. It is possible to delete revisions, but there a constraints:
- You can only delete a revision that is not already part of a checkpoint, as otherwise the checkpoint re-creation function would be in real trouble.
- You can only delete "Head" or "Tip" revisions, as it is not possible to delete a revision that is already the basis for any further development.
- the revision number of a deleted revision is "burned", which means that ever if you deleted the Head revision of an archive you cannot create a new revision with the same revision number (the number is increased automatically).