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ClearCase command to find all files checked in by me in clearcase

Posted on 2010-08-31
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The command to find all files that was created under branch "mybranch" is:
ct find /vob/myVOB -branch "brtype(mybranch)" -print

I need a clearcase command to find all files checked-in under my id: abc123
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http://stackoverflow.com/questions/574742/how-to-list-all-my-check-ins-using-clearcase

This link should help you.

execute the command in the directory you want to search for.
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by:gram77
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found this reference:
ct find /vob/myVOB/ -ver "created_by(abc123)" -print
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