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Commit complete database with DVCSCOMMIT.

Hello. Is there a way of commiting all elements or the complete database with DVCSCOMMIT? Regards Martin
16-11-2020 06:52:24 -0500

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Hi, I was able to perform commit at the database level by executing the command in the Virtual DataPort Administration Tool like > DVCSCOMMIT DBELEMENTS '/databases/<database_name>' You can find the details such as Checked-in elements, Checked-in files and Deleted files involved in the commit operation as the output of this command. Once committed, click on the "File > Refresh" option to see the changes in the Server Explorer. You can take a look at the [**Statements to Work with GIT**]( section of Virtual DataPort VQL Guide for more information. Hope this helps!
Denodo Team
17-11-2020 07:54:18 -0500
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