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How can I get SilkTest to open with my version of Source Control Software which is a non-SCCI compliant (proprietary) version of PVCS?

How can I get SilkTest to open with my version of Source Control Software which is a non-SCCI compliant (proprietary) version of PVCS?

Problem:

How can I get SilkTest to open with my version of Source Control Software which is a non-SCCI compliant (proprietary) version of PVCS?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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How can I get SilkTest to open with my version of Source Control Software which is a non-SCCI compliant (proprietary) version of PVCS?

ANSWER
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It is possible to fool SilkTest into not initializing its SCCI support? Essentially this will mean that you can not check files in and out from within the SilkTest menu.

To make the neccessary change; edit partner.ini to include the following line under the [State] section:

SourceControlPVCS=TRUE

The partner.ini file can be found at the default path:

C:\Program Files\Segue\SilkTest

If you set SourceControlPVCS=TRUE in partner.ini but you are not using the proprietary version of PVCS, no source code control menu items are available within SilkTest.

Old KB# 21224

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