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Listing Committed Elements

Is it possible to get a list of what has been VCS committed? I see there is a number listed of items that has been committed and pending a push, but how to find out what they are?
19-04-2019 14:49:45 -0400

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Hi, Whenever I want to see the changes in the previously committed version of any element, I use the ‘Diff’ feature in the VCS category. It shows me the most recent changes between the VQL of the local version of the element and what is stored in the VCS server. If you are using Subversion or Microsoft TFS, you can use the option “**Enable conflict detection**”. The Server will look for conflicts between the local and remote versions of the selected resources, before performing the commit. For more information on Version control systems, refer the Virtual Data Port VQL guide on [VCS Configuration.]( and some [best practices on Version control systems.]( Hope this helps!
Denodo Team
22-04-2019 18:30:58 -0400
I use github for VCS. Diff is disabled. Developer created, updated or dropped an element and selected VCS > Commit. I see there are n committed items. However, I can't readily tell what's been committed. Is there a way to do this? I've read through the VCS Configuration and Best Practices on Version Control Systems and none address this specifically. Thanks
13-05-2019 12:59:35 -0400
Hi, This is the usual behaviour of the Denodo Platform. You can check github repository to see which elements are pushed. I would suggest if you are a customer, you can request enhancement in our tool using the support site at Hope this helps!
Denodo Team
15-05-2019 18:10:21 -0400
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