Is it possible to prevent users from selecting a package name and doing a checkout for update when they don’t select any item? The developers have done it 3 times already. Apparently Harvest does a checkout of the whole project.
Release : 13.0.3
Component : CA HARVEST SCM GUI/Harweb
OK, for this one, what we need to do is set up a simple batch script to check and see if files were selected, and return with an exit code if none were found. Something like this would work:
set /a count=0
if .%1.==.. goto end
set /a count=%count% + 1
echo %count% files found
if %count% LSS 1 exit 1
echo We're done
I did this testing on Windows but it would be simple to translate this to Linux batch script.
And then set this script up as a pre-link to the Check Out for Update process. The Program Name field would look like this:
Then, if only the package name was selected for checkout, you’d get an error that looks something like this and the checkout fails:
---------- Begin <Check Out for Update> Process ---------------
I00020133: C:\Windows\system32>echo off .
I00020133: 0 files found.
E03020516: Execution of server UDP program C:\Users\Administrator\Test.bat has failed. Exit code: 1.
S10060050: The PreLinked process(es) failed for parent process: Check Out for Update.
E03060019: Process Execute failed. Process Name: Check Out for Update.
---------- End <Check Out for Update> Process ---------------