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Checking an element back in the Source Code Manager (SCM)
Overview
Checking an element back in the SCM database is used to make the modified element available to all the users of the Source Code Manager. The element that was modified locally is copied into the reference project on the SCM server.
Note: The elements checked out from the Source Code Manager are bordered by a red line in the project editor.
To check in an element into the SCM database:
  1. Select this element (in the project graph or in the "Project explorer" pane).
  2. Select "Check in" from the popup menu.
You can also select "SCM .. Check in the element" or click from the editor of the element.
Important: The style sheet being a specific project element, it must be checked in via "SCM .. Project management .. Check in the style sheet of the project".
Other possibility: on the "SCM" pane, in the "Current element" group, click "Check in".
Important: The style sheet is a specific element of the project. To check in the style sheet, on the "SCM" pane, in the "Other actions" group, expand "Style sheet" and select "Check in the style sheet of the project".
Checking an element back in
The following screen is displayed when an element is checked back into the SCM:
You can:
  • In the "Tasks" tab, specify that the checked-in element corresponds to the execution of a task or to the completion of a task.
  • In the "Incidents" tab, specify that the checked-in element corrects an incident.
  • In the "Comment" tab, enter a comment about the check-in operation. For example, you can indicate that the window proposes a new menu option.
  • Find out the modifications performed on the element ("My modif" button).
  • View the properties of the element ("Properties" button).
You can check in the modifications made to the element while keeping the element checked out ("Keep the element checked out").
When an element is checked in into the Source Code Manager, it is bordered by a black line in the project editor.
Note: if the checked-in element was not modified, a specific screen is displayed by the SCM:
Minimum required version
  • Version 10
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