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hugo.costa@waeg.com

    Posted 17 Jul 2018 and edited 26 Jul 2018

    Hi,

    Can you explain how the TWS check that the files have been changed?

    Let me explain the use case:

    1. I have created a new Salesforce Project
    2. Then I went to a nother TWS project and copy all the source to then new one created (this a refresh attempt)
      • This should have some minor changes
      • But when I tried to do the commit (using F5 key) it looks like that TWS is identifying that all the components were change

    Can you help on this??

    Can you also let me know if it is possible to set an type on ignore the message that request a Pull from Sandbox because of the changes?


    Thanks

    Hugo Costa


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    kate.dulko

      Posted 25 Jul 2018

      Hi Hugo,


      Thank you for your question!


      I'd be happy to describe how the IDE works in this case, however, I want to highlight that tonight we are going to release a new version of The Welkin Suite IDE and there is a totally new approach of handling such cases.

      Previously all the files in your TWS project were related to a project file (*.sfproj file) and each of the files had his own ID. This ID was different for files in another project, and this is why TWS detected copied files as updated since they had another ID.


      Beginning from the new version of the IDE you will have an ability to use your sources for a project and this will help to handle such cases.


      To get more details about new options and abilities in the IDE, please sign up for our webinar related to the upcoming version of The Welkin Suite! You can do this here.


      Best Regards,

      Kate


      Kate Dulko
      Customer Relations

      The Welkin Suite

      twitter: @KateDulko
      skype id: d_katerina
      e-mail: kate.dulko@welkinsuite.com

       

        


      #3

      hugo.costa@waeg.com

        Posted 26 Jul 2018

        Hi Kate,

        Thanks.


        Already did the upgard. Now the find is not working.

        Do you want me to open a defect ??



        #4

        kate.dulko

          Posted 26 Jul 2018 and edited 26 Jul 2018

          Hi Hugo,


          Thank you for your response!

          Please let me know if the new version of the IDE could help to handle the case when refreshing a project - more details about this process you could find in the related Release Notes.


          As for the issue related to the Find in file functionality - as we have discussed, the restart of the IDE helps to solve this issue.


          Have a nice day!

          Best Regards,

          Kate


          Kate Dulko
          Customer Relations

          The Welkin Suite

          twitter: @KateDulko
          skype id: d_katerina
          e-mail: kate.dulko@welkinsuite.com

           

            





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