12.5 Client HF 2 is now available

12.5 Client HF 2 is now available

The second CPC patch for 12.5 is now available.


The following fixes are contained in patch 1 (build

9,303 (SDK)

The following command line fixes were implemented:

  •   stcmd identifies itself as ‘StarTeam Command Line Interface’ in the   server log
  •   stcmd sync command returns silently if there is nothing to commit
  •   stcmd sync command deletes files and folders on disk that were deleted in   the view
  •   stcmd –p supports / and \ for backward compatibility with 11.0

9,320 (SDK)

Custom Properties can now be created on Projects and Views, in   addition to Item Types.

9,352 (SDK)

Non-administrator users can now change their passwords in the   StarTeam CPC by going to Tools>My Account>Logon.

59,116 (CPC)

Resolved the issue with the VCM Details panel showing   configuration incorrectly as “Current” when a promote from a rolled back view   is performed.

59,204 (CPC)

Modified StarTeamCP.stjava for the 64-bit install to have 2 gig   memory.

59,227 (CPC)

In queries, the issue with the ignore case variant missing in   relational operators Equals, Contains, Starts, and Ends With has been fixed.

This patch will soon be on our download page on http://supportline.microfocus.com/ but in the interim please use the FTP download links below:



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