VersionRecall Explorer not referencing the correct files

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davidc
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Re: VersionRecall Explorer not referencing the correct files

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We released the fix for PowerShell Studio 2014 (v4.1.68). Please give it a try.

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Re: VersionRecall Explorer not referencing the correct files

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Downloaded and installed PowerShell Studio version 4.1.68

VersionRecall buttons within PowerShell Studio now do something and record status in the Output Window, however it seems to be a bit buggy from the limited testing I have just done...

I created a test file in C:\My Scripts\Files, then clicked submit file from the VersionRecall options, output window informs me that the file is copied, made a few changes and repeated the process.

Within Version Recall Explorer, it shows the file in C:\My Scripts...I saved it in C:\My Scripts\Files
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Browsing down to the Files folder shows the file I saved:
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If I check on the file system the versions have also been created outside the Files folder:
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Hope this makes sense, let me know if I need to explain anything clearer...Thanks for the support, appreciated :)

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Re: VersionRecall Explorer not referencing the correct files

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Has anyone else observed this behaviour with the new build version?

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Re: VersionRecall Explorer not referencing the correct files

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We are still looking into this issue.

Do you have multiple repositories that share the same folder?

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Re: VersionRecall Explorer not referencing the correct files

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I only have one repository setup, but I have specified a secondary location to use if the primary isn't available. This behaviour is being mirrored in both locations.

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Re: VersionRecall Explorer not referencing the correct files

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What are the repository's Target Path (primary) and Secondary path set to?


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Re: VersionRecall Explorer not referencing the correct files

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Maybe it is easier if you can zip and email the recall file to support@sapien.com, that way we can try to recreate the issue.

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Re: VersionRecall Explorer not referencing the correct files

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emailed over the recall file.

thanks
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Re: VersionRecall Explorer not referencing the correct files

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Hi David,

Can you let me know if you received the recall file or if I need to resend?

Thanks,
Matt

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Re: VersionRecall Explorer not referencing the correct files

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Yes, we received the file and the issue will resolved in the next service build.

I don't have a ETA for the build yet, but we will try to get it out as soon as we can.

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