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[Integrity] How do I checkout a sub-project in a top level project?

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[Integrity] How do I checkout a sub-project in a top level project?

I have question about Integrity API connection (API Version: 4.12.4301), I am using Jenkins CI server to poll PTC Integrity’s source code repository, there is a Jenkins plugin can help me to access my Integrity top level project, but if I want to check-out a sub-project of the top level project, the API will give me the MKS125212 error message, like below log.

Preparing to execute si projectinfo for #/168/DAP2500AB A/

An API Exception was caught!

The project #/168/DAP2500AB A/ could not be located on the server 172.16.0.19:7001: MKS125212: The project file /168/DAP2500AB A/project.pj is not registered as a top level project with the current server.

si projectinfo --user=tw.168.sw.01 --port=7001 --hostname=172.16.0.19 --project=#/168/DAP2500AB A/ -- returned exit code 128

Finished: FAILURE

How do I checkout the project in “#/168/DAP2500AB A”, not all projects in “#/168”?

Thank you,

Snaku

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Re: [Integrity] How do I checkout a sub-project in a top level project?

Hi Snaku,

assuming that #/168/ is your registererd top level project, the following config-path should do the job:

#/168/#DAP2500AB A

Read the CLI Reference for Configuration Management (section "options") for more details on how the config-path notation works.

HTH Matthias

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Re: [Integrity] How do I checkout a sub-project in a top level project?

Hi Snaku,

assuming that #/168/ is your registererd top level project, the following config-path should do the job:

#/168/#DAP2500AB A

Read the CLI Reference for Configuration Management (section "options") for more details on how the config-path notation works.

HTH Matthias

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Re: [Integrity] How do I checkout a sub-project in a top level project?

Yes, you are right, I can checkout the sub-project now.

Thanks for your help,

Snaku

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