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  1. manu

    File name changed not detected

    Hi! I have just tested with Unity 2017.3 + Latest Plastic and works for me, can you share your Unity version?
  2. manu

    Plastic 7.x incredibly slow?

    Hello @Carton Jeston, can you share with us how many private items do you have in your workspace? The more private items you have the more it will impact at the pending changes view performance. But this should be true for both the current Plastic 7 release and the old 6 and 5.
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    Broken link in forum notification emails

    Hi @Wolfram, I got this from the forum support team:
  4. Hi @ziflin! the workspace root path is a valid place both the "writable.conf" and "readonly.conf". I've tested with the latest release and it works as expected. I'm wondering if you had the following preference enabled or another writable.conf placed elsewhere, that might interfere the result. Yes! That's how it works. You need to clear the workspace and download everything as the flag is only written during the update operation.
  5. Hi @ziflin ! You can basically mimic the "lock.conf" rules for the "readonly.conf" file and share it across the office using the global config feature. Here you can find more info about the readonly.con file: https://www.plasticscm.com/documentation/gui/plastic-scm-version-control-gui-guide.shtml#TheOtherOptionsTab https://www.plasticscm.com/documentation/administration/plastic-scm-version-control-administrator-guide.shtml?term=readonly.conf#Chapter16:Configurationfiles And here how the global config works: https://www.plasticscm.com/documentation/administration/plastic-scm-version-control-administrator-guide.shtml?term=readonly.conf#Globalfileconfiguration Hope it helps!
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    Broken link in forum notification emails

    Hi @Wolfram, let me check what we can do!
  7. Hi @Sam That will take a time to get migrated but just for you to know it will not be impossible. We have done bigger migrations (4TB) with a downtime of 1 hour, so if you are interested count with us to help. The MySQL is complaining about an incorrect string used for a comment. The Plastic SCM objects having comments are: * Changesets * Labels * Branches We can check the source repository info around the "2475" changeset/commit, we need to check the comments used, I bet there's one that is making MySQL fail. Once we find it we can change it and do the Sync. Best, Manu.
  8. Hello @Sam, is that the fist sync operation? Are you pulling it from scratch? I notice you are not using Jet and since this seems to be a DB problem I would like to suggest you to jump into Jet, it's our own DB system much more powerful than SQLite or SQLServer. Is it possible for you to change the backend and give it a try?
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    Global file configuration on Plastic Cloud

    Hello @dvanetten, I can indeed reproduce the problem. We'll add a task to fix it asap and I'll update this thread to notify you once it's released. Thank you for the report and sorry for the inconveniences.
  10. Hi Dale, yes Following up the issue at the Support portal.
  11. manu

    Advice for permissions setup

    Thanks!
  12. manu

    Advice for permissions setup

    Great! That's right. Not denying and not granting will avoid the user to perform the action but it opens you a way to combine permissions.
  13. Yes please, ask the admin to contact us if further help is needed.
  14. Hello David, can you please email us to support at codicesoftware dot com providing all the details? We will be able to connect with you in order to review the issue.
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    Advice for permissions setup

    Hi @tciz_plastic, the following blogpost explains you scenario: http://blog.plasticscm.com/2014/07/securing-plastic-scm-system.html The key is not to deny the permission, just disable it. Notice the "deny" permissions will prevail over the "granted" permission so if a user belong to multiple groups the "deny" will win. On the other hand, if the X permission is not granted and not denied the user will not be able to do the X operation, unless it inherits the ability from another group.
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