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Keep "Use View Profiles for Creating Views" selection across ClearCase updates
Our ClearCase environment uses View Profiles and therefore has the "Use View Profiles for Creating Views" checkbox selected for normal operation. Every time that a ClearCase update is done via Installation Manager, the "Use View Profiles for Creat...
Keep non-default MVFS Logging Path value across ClearCase updates
Our ClearCase environment has a non-default value configured for the MVFS Logging Path. Every time that a ClearCase update is done via Installation Manager, the MVFS Logging Path value is reset to the default value instead of keeping our configure...
Change way ClearCase determines the Window version
When you run cleartool hostinfo -long on a windows 10 host (ANY build), the windows version number is reported as: Windows NT 6.2 (build 9200) This is inaccurate and makes auditing a client mix more difficult. The cause is described by this page: ...
We request documentation to all required ClearCase Windows Registry Keys used on Windows 10. Which Registry Keys is required if there are dynamic views?Which Registry Keys is required if there are automatic views?
block client side CCRTC integration with setting in server.conf
Following TS001302012 pvob cmi setting to disable client side RTC integration which was implement in a complex way when having numberous of PVOBs and multiple RTC instances. I got that answer Hi Jerome, L3 says that cmi settings are always per pro...
The multi core processor is common in the current development system but the omake has no option to utilise multi-processor. It is a huge draw back from other utilities like a Visual Studio compiler.Our test result showed normal compile is 2 to 3 ...
Compatibility of "omake -EN" with Batch-mode inference rules
The lack of compatibility is affecting on our build performance using omake -EN. The nmake provides "Batch-mode inference rules" to improve the performance of compile.https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/cpp/build/batch-mode-rules However it is confir...
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