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#1 1010Developer

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Posted 23 September 2016 - 01:52 AM

I have a file whose Resolve Status is unresolved. When Resolve... is selected a message stating "There are no files that need resolving." pops up. The file is no longer in the Pending Changelists panel. I can access it, and see the unresolved question mark, in the tree.

Des anyone know how to resolve this?

P4V: Rev. Perforce Visual Client/NTX86/2009.1/219330

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Posted 23 September 2016 - 07:40 AM

Right click on file and select open terminal here. Then run p4 resolve -n
What does it say?
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I have a file whose  Resolve Status  is unresolved. When  Resolve...  is
selected a message stating "There are no files that need resolving."
pops up. The file is no longer in the  Pending Changelists  panel. I can
access
it, and see the unresolved question mark, in the tree.

Des anyone know how to resolve this?

P4V: Rev. Perforce Visual Client/NTX86/2009.1/219330

Thanks.



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#3 1010Developer

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Posted 23 September 2016 - 03:43 PM

Hi Robert,

Thank you for helping with this.

Her is what I see (I altered the path and filename):

C:\path>p4 resolve -n
C:\path\file.vb -
merging //depot/path/file.vb#62
C:\path>

The situation remains unchanged though.

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Posted 23 September 2016 - 04:15 PM

Ok now that I know stuff can be done in the command line, I looked up resolve and found this:

https://www.perforce...p4_resolve.html

Since I am sure my file is good to go, I sent the command

resolve -am

(am = accept merged)
After that, I was able to submit my change.

I still would like to know what happened so I don't have to manage files through the command line in the future.


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Posted 23 September 2016 - 08:22 PM

I'd suggest upgrading your P4V to the latest version that supports your server.  2009.1 is old enough that odds are good you're hitting a bug that was fixed years ago.





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