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    Query about PVCS with SilkTest!!!

    User (alex.lm@polaris.co.in) posted:

    Hi,
    I integrated PVCS with SilkTest and created an archive of testscript
    files. When i try to check out the file which i need, i get the following
    error. Anyone who has come across such problems please throw some light on
    this error.

    Error: File "name of file" - No revision of this archive with this
    version label.

    Thanx in Advance.

    Regds,
    Alex.


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    Re: Query about PVCS with SilkTest!!!

    Never had much luch with using the interface build into Silk. Stick with PVCs seperatly, it will save you much time. The error messages with PVCs are not too informative as it is, and throwing Silk into the mix just makes matters worse.

    Anthony

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    Re: Query about PVCS with SilkTest!!!

    Ditto Anthony's response. It's been about 1.5 years since I had the SilkTest and PVCS Version Manager combination (previous employer) and my experience was that it was just so much easier and tons more reliable to use PVCS separately from SilkTest.

    There's also a good argument for keeping version control separate in that if you ever find yourself in an environment where the version control tool doesn't work with SilkTest (or whatever other tools you're using) then you know how to use the version control tool separately. Also, my experience with training new people is that keeping version control a separate tool makes it tons easier for them as well. The integration sounds good in the sales pitch but even if it works wonderfully, I find that I prefer to keep the process of version control separate from all other tools. And my developers agree.

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