Recent command history for a replica server or a specific repository allows you to check for errors and see whether there are pending commands.
  • Maybe a repository revision is not showing up. You can check for errors to know it’s not just because the repository is still synchronizing.
  • You can also check if there are commands waiting in the queue – you’d be able to see whether the repository is truly in sync.
  • To check the command history for a replica repository, follow these steps:

    1. Click SOURCE CODE from the Project Home menu.

    2. In the list of repositories, click the icon for the one you’re interested in. You’ll see repository details and command history. Here’s an example:

  • You need to be a TeamForge administrator to check the command history across a replica server.

    1. On the site administration navigation bar, click INTEGRATIONS.

    2. On the SCM INTEGRATIONS page, click the name of the replica server you’re interested in. The Edit System page displays the command history.