Check In dialog box

If you use ClearCase® for source control management, you can use the Check In dialog box to create a new version of an element.

An element is an object in a VOB, a database that stores your project's files. An element can be a Functional Test script, a Functional Test project, an object map or a Java™ file. All elements are stored with version history and comments

Selected Elements
Lists the scripts, files, object maps, class files, or projects that you select from the Projects view.
Check In
Select to check in an element. Clear the check box if you do not want to check in an element. If unavailable, a gray box appears instead of a check box, and you cannot check in the element.
Tip: For information about why you cannot check in an element, select the element under Details of <filename>.
File, Script, Element, or Project Name
Displays the name of the element, project, script, or file name. If an element is in a folder, the folder appears as <foldername>.<filename>. For example, Myfolder.myfile.
Project Name
Displays the name of the project.
Details of <selected element>
Lists the state, filename, and path for each supporting file of an element or the selected element, if there are multiple elements. HCL OneTest™ UI only displays the script details if there is a problem checking in an element. Optionally, if the script details are not visible, set the ClearCase preferences to display script details.
State
Displays the state of each supporting file.
File, Script, Element, or Project Name
Displays the name of the element, project, script, or file name. If an element is in a folder, the folder appears as <foldername>.<filename>. For example, Myfolder.myfile.
Path
Displays the location of each supporting file in a Functional Test project.
Request Mastership
Displayed in a multisite situation when one or more of the files in the selected scripts, shared maps, or Java files, is not mastered locally. Click to request mastership be granted for the file. For information about mastership, see About Requesting Mastership.
Keep checked out
Select to check in your changes, but keep the file checked out to continue to work on it. Clear to check in a file or files.
Comment
Displays the version-creation comments, which appear in the version's Properties Browser and in the element's History Browser. For more information, see the Rational ClearCase Help.
Apply
Click to apply a comment to one or more files instead of all files. Click the check box in the Check In column under Selected Elements for the file or files to which you want to apply a comment, type a comment, and then click Apply.
Finish
Applies the settings in the Check In dialog box to a single element or to multiple elements.

To open: In the Projects view, right-click one or more elements, and then click Team > Check In.

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