[Cdash] Newbie questions: Dart1 import and project deletion
david.cole at kitware.com
Tue Apr 28 13:40:45 UTC 2009
Sounds like a Dart2 server to me... 1.0.9 was a Dart2 version number I
Is the dart server still running and is it publicly accessible? If you could
point us to its main page, we could tell you if it is a dart1 or dart2
If it is Dart2, we do not have any easy way to import the data from that
On Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 9:16 AM, Martin Apel <martin.apel at simpack.de> wrote:
> Julien Jomier wrote:
> > Hi Martin,
> > Welcome to CDash!
> >> 1. I'd like to import the Dart1 files into CDash, but there isn't a
> >> "Sites" directory in my Dart1 installation. The documentation says, I
> >> should give this directory
> >> to the import process. Is the documentation wrong or is my Dart
> >> installation too old?
> > The XML files send by clients to Dart1 should be in the "Sites"
> > directory, however they might be somewhere else, or not saved at all (in
> > that case CDash won't be able to import them). Could you check if you
> > have any files named "*Build.xml", "Update.xml" in your Dart1 directory?
> Thanks for your quick reply. I scanned the directory for xml-files, but
> there are non matching the
> above naming scheme. There are a few like Project.xml, Server.xml, but
> probably this means, that
> the submissions have not been saved. It's not really important, but it
> would have been nice, if I could have
> imported the old data.
> >> 2. Accidentally I created two projects with slightly different names in
> >> CDash. I'd like to get rid of one of these, but haven't found a way, how
> >> to delete a project.
> > If you login as administrator of your project, then under the "Actions"
> > column for the project you want to delete, click on "Edit project" then
> > click on the last tab "Miscellaneous" and you should see the delete
> I found the button in the meantime. I had searched for it at the top
> level of administration commands.
> Thanks a lot
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