Hello -

Has this question been answered yet?  I'm also having the same questions. 
 My ReviewBoard version is also 2.5.6.1, and currently experimenting that 
on Ubuntu Trusty 14.04.

Thanks,
Mary


On Thursday, August 4, 2016 at 9:28:04 AM UTC-5, Eric Wetmiller wrote:
>
> I have exactly the same questions.  Did you ever get these questions 
> answered?  I am using ReviewBoard 2.5.6.1 on a Rad Hat Enterprise 7.1 
> system.  Any help would be appreciated.
>
> -Eric
>
> On Thursday, February 27, 2014 at 11:21:42 AM UTC-5, Khalil Shalish wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>>  
>> I am not clear on how to configure Reviewboard (1.7) with our clearcase 
>> setup.
>>  
>> Our clearcase setup:
>> ================
>> We use clearcase dynamic views on linux.  The user can have a view or  
>> set of views on his client machine.  The views are mounted and accessed in 
>> the following manner:
>>  
>> /view/<view_name>/vobs/<project_name>
>>  
>> In order to access a view, a user typlically will execute the starview 
>> command:  cleartool startview <view_name> which mounts the view under /view.
>>  
>> Our Reviewboard setup:
>> ==================
>> - Hosted on a linux server.
>> - Clearcase client is installed on review server.
>>  
>> The Reviewboard documentation on clearcase states:
>>
>> Review Board works with local ClearCase dynamic views, by utilizing 
>> version-extended paths to access specific file revisions. The *Path 
>> field* 
>> <http://www.reviewboard.org/docs/manual/1.7/admin/configuration/repositories/#path-field>
>>  
>> should point to the particular VOB, which must be an absolute path starting 
>> with a drive letter on Windows or a mount point on Unix/Linux.
>>
>> My Questions:  
>>
>> Q1: What should I set in the path field ?   
>>
>> Q2: Since each user can can have a set of views and Reviewboard requires 
>> an absolute path, it seems to me that the reviewboard server can only 
>> access one view for single clearcase repostiry.  Do I have to add each view 
>> as a separate clearcase repository in Reviewboard and manually start 
>> (mount) the view before adding it?  This is painfull, since we lots of 
>> views.
>>
>> Q3: Is there a dynamic way to tell the server to startview <view_name> 
>> and access the file when the user posts a review of particualr file in 
>> <view_name>?
>>
>> Any comments on this would be appreciated,
>>
>> Khalil
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