1. Mary Jane Foster
  2. PowerBuilder
  3. Friday, 3 April 2020 20:10 PM

Hi:

In December of 2018 one of our developers migrated us to PB 2017 R3 build 1858.  For whatever reason he experienced some version issues.

Now, almost 16 months later, I have at least two instances where the checkout date in the .prp reflects the migration to PB 2017 date, however those objects were checked out on 02/21/2020.  I verified this by reviewing our Source Code Control log files.

 

Can you give me any idea how this could happen?  I moving our source code to a new repository and I want to make sure I am aware of any potential gotchas before I pull the trigger.

Stay safe.  

Mary Jane

Roland Smith Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
  1. Sunday, 5 April 2020 00:44 AM
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The .prp files are from PB Native. Maybe you should start using a real source control system.

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Good morning Roland.



We are using PB Native and it is our goal to be on GIT within the next six months. However, before we move anywhere I want to make sure we do not do something silly like wreck out source code.



I sincerely hope you have a better week.



Mary Jane
  1. Mary Jane Foster
  2. Monday, 6 April 2020 11:57 AM
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Michael Kramer Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
  1. Saturday, 4 April 2020 19:59 PM
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Hey Mary Jane,

A couple of questions to make sure I understand what you are asking:

  • What source control product are you using?
  • Where in PowerBuilder or the source control system do you see the date that seems wrong?

There are so many dates in so many places that I may give completed wrong answer if you look at different date that I'm talking about.

/Michael

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Hello Michael:



We are using PB Native at this moment.

It is in the .PRP files



Thank you.



Mary Jane
  1. Mary Jane Foster
  2. Monday, 6 April 2020 11:54 AM
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