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From "murali mohan" <muralih...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: email failure referencing an old build
Date Wed, 22 Oct 2008 14:01:48 GMT
Hello Kurt,

Sorry to say that this email does not have any solution/suggestion for you.

But can you please let me know how do you trigger a build on commit? Do you
use SVN/CVS? Or may be I got your email wrong?

Murali.

On Tue, Oct 21, 2008 at 4:14 PM, KURT TOMETICH <boomtown15@msn.com> wrote:

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> I am using Continuum 1.1 on Windows 2003 server and have had no problems up
> to this point.  All the sudden Continuum seems to be emailing build
> failures, but when you click the link it has in the email it takes you to an
> old build.  For instance, if I make a change in project A and then commit
> it.  Minutes later I get a notification email saying that the build failed
> for A.  Now, when I look at the output and time stamp in the email it all
> looks correct, but when I click the link to Continuum it takes me to a build
> of A that was for 2-3 weeks earlier and the output section of the build is
> blank.  Most of the time the build it links to is not a failure either.  Is
> there some way I can clean Continuum up so it doesn't have these incorrect
> references.  One more interesting thing to note is that when I run a build
> in the Continuum web interface I don't have any problems with bad
> references.  It seems the only problem is when it builds on notification of
> a commit.  Any ideas?
>
> Kurt
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