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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 39926] - StarTeam tasks do not identify themselves as a particular application
Date Fri, 30 Jun 2006 13:51:13 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From jesse.greenwald@gmail.com  2006-06-30 13:51 -------
The hostname is not enough to definitively identify to client that was used for
the checkout.  One user may be using multiple tools to connect to the
repository: the GUI client, the command line client, the Eclipse client, the Ant
client, or some other custom tool.  It is important for us to be able to quickly
identify the tool being used in order to fix the problem.

I am curious why the dependency is being held at the 4.0 StarTeam SDK.  Is the
6.0 SDK unable to connect to older servers or is it not possible for 4.0 users
to get the 6.0 SDK?  Or is there some other reason?

Regardless, another possible solution would be to use reflection to access the
class and method.  If the new SDK is available, the method would be called.  If
not, the call would be skipped over.  The code would still compile when
compiling against the older SDK.

Thanks,
Jesse

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