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Unable to view folders and files created outside WebUI perspective
This problem is found with IBM-RFT v10.1.2 - Web UI Perspective.
User-A created folders "Regression_Test" and "Sanity_Test" in the Web UI project.
User-A successfully checked into the TFS system.
USER-B checks out the latest project from the TFS system to his/ her local workspace.
USER-B does not see the "Regression_Test" and "Sanity_Test" folders.
Please NOTE: However, the folders "Regression_Test" and "Sanity_Test" are visible in the windows file system but NOT in the IBM-RFT Web UI project.
These folders are visible in the TFS server location pointed too.
If user-1 is planning to create folders as per the functionality. He/ she creates 5 empty folders "Module-1, 2,3,4,5" in the Web UI perspective & checks into the version control system.
User-1 informs user-2 to start working on building the automation scripts for these 5 modules.
User-2 checks out the folders "Module-1,2,3,4 & 5" from the TFS to his/ her workspace. But they are not visible but do exists in the file system.
Also, we use version control systems to check in and check out folders, files, and other assets, right?
This is exactly what we are facing. We will run some more tests and update you.
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