Looks like there is a lot going on.
Eclipse or OpenEdge Architect/Progress Developer Studio? What version?
Was it working previously and then stopped working?
Are the Progress OE plug-ins instantiating? Our plug-ins depend upon the OpenEdge plug-ins, so if they do not start ours will not...
The rtb_ver.upd-notes field contains the version notes for that specific version. It does not contain Task notes.
The rtb_task.description fields contains the notes for the Task.
However, we do not recommend manually changing the Roundtable repository database without direction from our...
You didn't mention your Roundtable version, but you have a few options:
1. Delete and revert will put the previously assigned version back in the Workspace, or
2. If you created a release prior to importing (in the target), you can choose the 'Revert to Release' option which will put...
As of last week, Roundtable TSMS 11.5 is publicly available! It is compatible with OE 10.2B and higher.
If you are interested in upgrading, contact us or your Progress account manager.
Yes, that is the correct URL. If the connection is timing out, it must be an Eclipse proxy configuration.
If you cannot get it working, contact us directly:
Hi. Do you mean that you do not understand the solution, or it is not working? That is the correct address for the update site.
Most of the time, the proxy server is the issue. In later versions on Eclipse, the location to enable it has moved. If open the Eclipse preferences dialog and just...
The Roundtable TSMS 11.4.1 patch is available and can be downloaded here:
The patch requires Roundtable TSMS 11.4 being installed. Roundtable TSMS 11.4 is compatible with OE 10.2B and higher.
Thank you guys for the comments on our support. We try to hard to give the same kind of support experience that we would want to receive ourselves. Since we use Roundtable to manage Roundtable development, we are generally on top of things. :-)
There is no out-of-the-box integration with Prolint. I'm not sure if Prolint is still actively maintained, but others have done some intergration. As Thomas points out, there is a project on OEHive for it and that would probably server as a good starting point. All integration should be based on...
You didn't state your version or platform so my response is assuming the Roundtable GUI client.
An object that has been committed to the Roundtable repository is never deleted - it is just simply unassigned from the Workspace. You can assign any commited Object back to the current Workspace...
You can achieve this by using the Roundtable API to fire off a selective compile. See rtb/p/rtb_api.p for details.
Roundtable cannot schedule it for you but you can use the API in conjunction with some OS task scheduler that calls a batch file to run your routine.
When the object is edited outside of the Progress session in another editor, we do not have a way of knowing that the window closed so we cannot unlock the object or pop-up the version notes prompt.
Perhaps I am misunderstanding your question.
Each Object has a group and each Object belongs to a Module. So, an Object Group is essentially a child of a Module which means that Modules cannot be assigned to Groups.
Although directly editing the data is not recommended, you can set the Object...
VisDiff does not like the quotes around the filenames.
BTW, you can configure any visual differencing tool that you like under the Roundtable User Preferences. I would suggest using something like WinMerge as opposed to an old copy of VisDiff.