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PerforceDFiles
Use:
This tool can be used to add thousands of files and directory in perforce server on single click which is having different-different hierarchy

Prerequisite:
Java should install and class path should set.

Step1:
Put the code under ClientSpec root folder in the same hierarchy which you want to add in perforce server.

Step2:
Create a changelist first. Just go to command prompt and type “p4 change”. Perforce will automatically create a changelist and will give you the changelist number. It will also ask you to update a text file with the changelist description. Just give the appropriate description there. Note the changelist number.

Step3:

The file file has one file called “config.properties”. So first update it with two values. The changelist number and the source path. The source path can be “D:/Perforce/Components/DatabaseServer”.
Use forward slash only “/”.

Step4: Once these files are updated, you can run the script file “makescript.bat” which will update the “checkinscripts.bat” with new checkin scripts.

Step5: Run “checkinscripts.bat” and refresh perforce console. See that new folder is created below components folder and the files are inside

Note: The file which will not be added into perforce server can be found in “missedfiles.log”

 

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