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Where are the files added on Borland Star Team 2005 located?

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Hi guys, I've a project on borland starteam that I need to recover, there are thousands of branches of folders and subfolders and files, would be easier to just know where the files are located. I dont even know how to make starteam copy ALL the files at once.

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The files are stored in the repository in sql server they are not stored as physical files. In StarTeam you should be able to right click a folder and select check out all files, this will check out all files in the selected folder and subfolders
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