Data Bindings lost when using Subversion

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Data Bindings lost when using Subversion

Post by Gunner1980 » Mon Apr 25, 2011 9:05 pm

We are using Subversion to do our revision control and every time I bind variables to global parameters these bindings are lost when I do a fresh pull. I am assuming the bindings are saved in .rxtst file when I say this. I check in the .rxtst file and the data bindings are all unbound if I do a fresh pull on a new system.

I have also tried committing the entire project I am working in with the same results. Am I doing something wrong? Is this something that is saved in a file I am not committing?

This is also happening when binding variables to csv file.

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Re: Data Bindings lost when using Subversion

Post by Support Team » Tue Apr 26, 2011 9:07 pm


yes, the binding between table column and variable is stored in the rxtst file. If you check that in you should not experience the troubles you are having. But maybe you did something special that led to this behavior. When you look into the rxtst file, there is also a variableid GUID. This fits to the TestVariable attribute of the variable in the code file. After pulling from SVN do they still correspond?

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