That's right. Once a file is deleted (as opposed to removed) it is gone for good. There's no
getting it back. Don't delete a file (but you can remove it) if you want to keep it around.
--- Kevin.Cloudt@regu... wrote:
> So if we delete a file and try to revirt back to an old label that needs
> it, we would not have the ability to use that file, right?
> Kevin Cloudt
> kevin.cloudt@regu... >
> Robert MacGrogan <robertmacgrogan@yaho...>
> 04/22/2005 10:55 AM
> Kevin.Cloudt@regu... > cc
> Re: SJ Label question
> Weird stuff. No one likes files to mysteriously disappear--especially from
> a source control
> If you simply "remove" a file (meaning that it is actually still in the
> archive, but hidden from
> view), that will not break your label. But if the file is out-and-out
> deleted, the label will be
> broken. You'll probably get an error message when you try to retrieve the
> Actually deleting files should be reserved for when you really need to do
> that--probably only for
> really big files that will free up some disk space when they're gone.
> --- Kevin.Cloudt@regu... wrote:
> > Hello Rob,
> > What happens if we make a label and later on we delete a file in SJ that
> > that label requires?
> > Thanks!
> > btw, at the same time of the mysterious file disappearing we discovered
> > that some jar files were missing too. We are running a daily report of
> > all files in SJ. We then compare that report with the previous day's
> > a sanity check. So far, we have not had any more files mysteriously
> > away.
> > Kevin Cloudt
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> > kevin.cloudt@regu... >
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