IBM Visual Age for Java, version 3.5.3, repository, timestamp for a version?
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Posted By:   Sean_Sullivan
Posted On:   Tuesday, February 19, 2002 03:08 PM

I am using IBM Visual Age for Java, version 3.5.3 on Windows 2000.



Our team has all of our code in the VisualAge Code repository.




I would like to be able to look at the history of a class and see a timestamp (date and time) for a Version.



For example, I would like to be able to answer this question: "What date and time did Version 1.5 get created?"



Re: IBM Visual Age for Java, version 3.5.3, repository, timestamp for a version?

Posted By:   Eric_Rizzo  
Posted On:   Tuesday, February 19, 2002 08:47 PM

That information is not available directly from the repository. Open editions are labeled with their creation timestamps, but versions are given specific names. Even if the repository did track when versions were created, that would not be the same as knowing when the code was actually created, only when it was versioned

One way you can probably get a good estimate is to look at the labels for the method editions that a particular class version contains. Whichever method in the versioned class has the latest timestamp edition, that might be near the time the class was actually versioned.
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