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company upgrading from 2009R2 to 14 with powerbuilder 12.5; source control

Hi all,

Our company is in the process of upgrading from Starteam 2009R2 to Starteam 14.    Our application is in Powerbuilder 12.5 and is currently using the Starteam Microsoft SCC Integration for source control.   However,  the existing Microsoft SCC integration client we are using does not appear to be compatible since it is getting a logon error trying to connect to Starteam 14 from our Powerbuilder 12.5 app.    Since we are using Powerbuilder, we are not using Visual Studio or Eclipse as the IDE for the app, which appear to be the 2 SCC integration clients available.  


We have discussed with Sybase (powerbuilder support) and they said the following: 

Specifically PowerBuilder supports SCC interfaces based on the
Microsoft Common Source Code Control Interface Specification, Version
0.99.0823

What should we be using to connect our Powerbuilder app to Starteam 14 for source control ?  

Thanks,

Mark

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RE: company upgrading from 2009R2 to 14 with powerbuilder 12.5; source control

Hi Mark

Can you send me the error that you are receiving and I can test and advise.

I will drop you an email with the latest SCC plugin we have and you can test this.

Thanks David

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RE: company upgrading from 2009R2 to 14 with powerbuilder 12.5; source control

I have attached a screen print.

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RE: company upgrading from 2009R2 to 14 with powerbuilder 12.5; source control

Hi Mark

This looks like the administrator has setup app control to block older applications

So you would need to add the SCC as a permitted application, once this is in place you shuold be able to connect.

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RE: company upgrading from 2009R2 to 14 with powerbuilder 12.5; source control

Thanks a bunch David.   We will get with the Administrators and find out.

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