|Re: [ECP][CDO] connect to cdo repository without branching support [message #1066948 is a reply to message #1066895]
||Fri, 05 July 2013 08:38
| Jonas Helming
Registered: July 2009
I just checked, I have a check-out action either in latest develop state
and in 1.0.0. I did not check the functionality, though.
Can you describe where you tested this?
Am 05.07.2013 07:45, schrieb Eike Stepper:
> Am 02.07.2013 21:51, schrieb Jonas Helming:
>> do you mean, the CDO Repository node in the repository browser has no
>> children? It is intended to select one of these and check them out as
>> The UI of the CDO provider currently does not allow to create projects
>> in the model explorer, which are not connected to any repository.
> I tried it out yesterday and I can confirm: There is no Checkout action
> anymore on the branches that are displayed inside the CDO repo. I
> checked the sources (and the Git history) for quite some while but
> couldn't figure out how/when something changed that caused this. I'm
> pretty sure that I didn't touch ECP or its CDO provider for more than a
> year, so someone else must have caused this regression.
> I checked that CDOBranchWrapper properly implements ECPCheckoutSource
> and that there's a command handler contributed in the framework's
> plugin.xml. Where else should I look? How can I debug why that
> contribution does not lead to a visible action in the popup menu?
>> The other option you are refering to is provided by the file provider.
>> Am 02.07.2013 17:04, schrieb Erdal Karaca:
>>> I did exactly that and got no more exceptions, but I still cannot
>>> "browse" the repository: UI has no option to create a new CDO project (I
>>> can only create a new empty project and select an existing xmi file).
>>> Eike Stepper wrote on Tue, 02 July 2013 16:57
>>>> I could also imagine to relax the CDO server such that it returns an
>>>> empty collection instead of throwing an exception.
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