184.108.40.206 Check out Project
To check out a project from the repository, use this option. This checks out the project file and its corresponding projects directory & sub folder recursively under your working directory.
On creating a new project with Bean Builder, the .proj file and the corresponding Project folder will be present under <Web NMS Home>/Projects directory by default. To check out that project, enter the project name alone (.proj extension to be avoided) in the 'Checkout Project' text field of the CVS Client.
If you move the project (both file and its corresponding project folder) to some other directory under <Web NMS Home>/Projects directory, give the relative path of the project along with the project name (excluding .proj extension).
For example, consider a project 'test'.
The test.proj file and the directory 'test' under <Web NMS Home>/Projects directory is moved to <Web NMS Home>/Projects/example/new/ directory.
Now after you import the project, the structure under the repository will be CVS ROOT/example/new/test.proj and CVS ROOT/example/new/test.
When you check out the project, make sure to enter the checkout project as 'example/new/test'. When the relative path is not given properly, check out option will not work.
When you use the Open project option to open test.proj the next time in Bean Builder, browse for the checkout module path. i.e. <Web NMS Home>/Projects/example/new/test.proj
Note: If you move your project out of <Web NMS Home>/Projects directory, you will still be able to work with the project in Bean Builder, but it is not possible to perform any CVS operation with the project/screen.
The other checkout options available are
By Date: Enabling this option checks out the project by the specified date.
Retrieve revision/branch/tag: Specify the revision number or branch or tag name to check out by using that option.
If no matching found use the recent one: When there is no match to the above two options, use this option to checkout the project with latest changes. (i.e. top of the trunk).
Warning: By using any of the above options, the working directory will be overwritten with the given version of the project. Take a backup of the current working project and project directory and store in some other location before using these options.