|Re: Relocating Bugzilla repository seems to break old contexts [message #46806 is a reply to message #45853]
||Tue, 08 April 2008 16:20
Originally posted by: rob.elves.eclipse.org|
As for contexts stored locally on your computer, they get
migrated/refactored when you change the repository url of the associated
TaskRepository. As for the problem you are seeing when retrieving from a
remote repository, this should not be the case as the contexts should be
retrieved and named based on the repository being downloaded from. If
you are still seeing this problem, please submit a new bug report so we
can investigate this for the up coming Mylyn 3.0 release.
Matt Seashore wrote:
> I've recently relocated my Bugzilla repository to a different URL and
> Mylyn for the most part handles it great (just update the Task
> Repository URL and everything updates smoothly). I'm using Eclipse 3.3.1
> with the bundled version of Mylyn and the Bugzilla connector to Bugzilla
> However, after the move, it seems that contexts created from the *old*
> URL no longer are retrievable in Mylyn. When I try and retrieve the
> context, I am simply continually prompted that "No local context exists.
> Retrieve from repository?" (with a dialog allowing me to choose the
> context that when selected simply gives the above prompt again).
> I can still retrieve the context.zip files manually and the first thing
> that is apparent is that that the context stores the repository URL as
> part of it's xml and ID.
> Is the context forever tied to the URL of the Repository it was created
> in (and thus I've pretty much lost these contexts without manual
> updates)? Or is there something else going on that I'm just not fully
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