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How do you get SSARC to work?

How do you get SSARC to work?

How do you get SSARC to work?


I've tried the SSARC utility but can't get it to work!  That is, it runs but doesn't actually archive anything off.  I've tried it with a date on the "v" parameter and also a label, but it comes back with "nothing to do".  

This is my command line:-
  >SSARC -d -vd9/9/2099 ..\20011008.SSA $/

The "-vd9/9/2099" parameter is supposed to archive all but the current version of the files (since no file will have versions post dating 9/9/2099).

Any ideas??

RE: How do you get SSARC to work?

Ok, I've tried this format ...

  >SSARC -d -vd01/08/01 ..\20011008.SSA $/Proj1 $/Proj2

... and it archives off all but the current version for every file in Proj1 and Proj2, irrespective of the date of the versions or even the create date of the file.

All I want is to archive off the versions of files created on or before the 1st August 2001 - how do I do this?


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