How to handle changes not committed to the SVN or Git - 6.1

Talend Real-time Big Data Platform Studio User Guide

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6.1
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Talend Real-Time Big Data Platform
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Data Quality and Preparation
Design and Development
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Talend Studio

When the commit mode is set to Unlocked Items in Talend Administration Center, the changes you make to an item are committed to the SVN or Git only after the item is unlocked.

Note

In the Repository tree view of Talend Studio, an item with uncommitted changes is preceded by a > symbol.

In this case, if you're the only owner of a changed item, you can get your changes committed to the SVN or Git by:

  • closing the item if the lock mode is set to Automatic in Talend Administration Center.

  • closing the item and unlocking it when prompted if the lock mode is set to Ask user in Talend Administration Center.

  • closing the item and manually unlocking it before quitting the Studio if the lock mode is set to Manual in Talend Administration Center.

In an environment where different users can work on the same project simultaneously, more complex situations may occur. A dialog box appears when you log on to a remote project if:

  • you have created, modified, or deleted any item when working on the project in offline mode.

  • any item has been modified but it is currently locked by another user.

  • any item is in conflict with its state on the SVN or Git server.

Click OK to commit the changes to the selected items to the SVN or Git and revert those items that are not selected, which are either currently locked by other users or are in conflict state, and continue opening the remote project. Presently no merge action is supported.

Warning

If you click OK, changes to items that are not selected will be permanently lost.

To save your changes to items that are locked or in conflict, click Cancel, open the project offline, and then export the items to your local file system so that you can import them into your Studio when needed.

For how to open a remote project in offline mode, see How to access items of a remote project in offline mode.

For more information about the commit mode and lock mode options, see Talend Administration Center User Guide.