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im checksourcetraces
displays invalid source traces for issues
im checksourcetraces [--fields=field,field,...] [--fieldsDelim=value] [--query=[user:]query] [--queryDefinition=query] [(-?|--usage)] [(-F value|--selectionFile=value)] [(-N|--no)] [(-Y|--yes)] [--[no]batch] [--cwd=value] [--forceConfirm=[yes|no]] [--hostname=value] [--port=value] [--password=value] [--user=value] [--settingsUI=[gui|default]] [--status=[none|gui|default]] item id...
im checksourcetraces lists issues with traces to source files that have an invalid project configuration path or that do not trace to the current member revision.
This command takes the universal options available to im commands, as well as some general options. See the options reference page for descriptions.
specifies the issue field(s) to check for source traces. Only source trace field types can be specified.
specifies the string to be used as a delimiter between the fields in the display.
specifies the query used to populate the issue selection. Includes the name of the user who the query belongs to and the query name, for example, mchang:ActiveDefects. You do not have to specify the user name, but you must specify the query name. This option is useful when multiple users have the same name for a query.
Windchill RV&S initially assumes that text before the first colon (:) is a user name and text after it is a query name. If Windchill RV&S fails to find a matching user name and query name, it searches for a query name matching the exact text. For example, if you type mchang:FunctionalSafetyRequirements, Windchill RV&S searches for the Functional Safety Requirements query created by mchang. If Windchill RV&S cannot find the query and/or user, it searches for the mchang:FunctionalSafetyRequirements query created by any user.
specifies a string to define the query constraints for the query used to populate the issue selection. The <querydefinition> must be of the same format as the query definition for a query. For details of the query definition format, see the reference page for the --im createquery command.
issue id
specifies the issue identification number of the issue you want to check source traces for. Overrides the --query option.
See Also
Miscellaneous: options