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Posted on 2009-01-05
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I "added" jQuery to my project in Visual Studio a month ago.  I can remember just exactly how it got added my ClearCase VOB but its there now.  I have now delivered my project and I an trying to check in the last versions of my files.  jQuery is not cooperating.

I've attached a file of the error that ClearCase is giving me on Checkin.  Here is the text:
Error checking in 'jquery-1.2.6.min.js'
Type manager "text_file_delta" failed create_version operation
Unable to check in 'jquery-1.2.6.min.js'

I've read this could either be a "line to long" (needs to be compressed_file) or binary character buried in the file.

http://members.cox.net/ejostrander/clearteam/cc_errors.html#ERROR73
http://www.nabble.com/clearcase-error-when-trying-to-add-jquery-1.2.6.min.js-to-source--control-to20779159s27240.html#a20801495

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!
Bruce
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I found someone in house with the solution.

The file was too large (56K) to be a "text" file type in ClearCase.   We changed the file type to compressed and it allowed me to check the file in.  No one seems to know why I was able to load this file to clear case initially uncompressed.
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