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Hi,


When I perform replicate, I get a conflict symbol and it shows "the folder contains proposed changes"  and the commit button is greyed out. why do I get it?

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Hi, please switch to the compare perspective (on toolbar) and you should now be able to resolve conflict

StarTeam Engineer.

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Hello,

The reason the commit button is greyed is because you need to perform the actions required in your VCM session.

i.e. conflict symbol shows "the folder contains proposed changes" > you need to review what changes need to be made before you can select the commit button.  Right click on the items for the available options such as 'overwrite', 'merge', 'ignore' etc

Kind Regards,

 

Curtis McDonald

Software Support Analyst

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Hi,

Even after resolving the conflicted files I still see a conflict symbol on the root folder and it displays the folder contains proposed changes.

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Hi, please switch to the compare perspective (on toolbar) and you should now be able to resolve conflict

StarTeam Engineer.

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Thanks Graeme

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